For the past five summers I have been going with my family to the World Fellowship Center- Where Social Justice Meets Nature. Set on 250 acres of land in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. it is a full service family camp with organized hiking and biking every day, great food, (much of which is grown on site), and evening activities such as movies and speakers with a decidedly left leaning political angle (with no pressureto participate or do anything for that matter).
Yoga is also offered twice daily and this year from August 4rd-16th, the yoga teacher will be little ol’ me. This will be the second year that I am teaching there and our first stay for longer than a week and I am really thrilled.
I will also be offering two workshops while there. On Wednesday of the first week (8/6) I will teach a Psoas Release Party! and the following Wednesday I will offer a Change Your Walk, Change Your life workshop. Both of these workshops will be four hours with lunch during a break in the middle.
Each time we have gone to World Fellowship Center has been better than the last. It is an incredibly affordable family vacation where children have room to roam and parents have room to relax without worrying too much about their kids. It is also a haven for musicians with lots of guitar and banjo filling the air, and sing alongs as well.
While World Fellowship might not be for everyone (there are no private bathrooms though they are working to change that) if you like a slightly laid back vibe with good food and good people and more than adequate accommodations than it is the place for you.
Every Friday night is Fun Night where guests can let there talents shine. Last year I determined to head home to Brooklyn and learn to play guitar so I could perform at one of this summers’ fun nights. Well, I bought a guitar about six months ago, finally took a lesson this past week and while I might be a little behind schedule I hope to fulfill my promise to myself.