Where is the camp located?

We are about 40 minutes drive from Flagstaff. You can fly from LAX to PHX then onto Flagstaff Airport or drive from LAX. There are numerous ways to reach us. We can help if you need it.

What should I bring to wear?

In the evenings, the weather gets a little cold so bring a warm jacket and hat. In the daytime it can get quite warm, so bring some looser clothing.  Also bring sturdy walking boots as the land in the desert is dusty. Don’t forget the sunblock.

For examples of what to wear, check out our The Look page.

Is it completely digitally free?

We have internet and a phone line for emergencies, but people tend not to use their phones as they’ve come to switch off. The internet does not work inside the camp.

Do you have to be vegetarian?

We cater for everyone, vegan to carnivore and all dietary requriements in between. For sample menus check out our Food page

Do I have to do everything that’s on the schedule?

No, you can do as little or as much as you like, it’s entirely up to you.


Are the tipis mixed?

No, it’s men for men and women for women, to protect your privacy. We want to hold the space as safely as possible. If you wish to stay with a friend in a Tipi then please stipulate on checkout. Read  the full accommodation description here. 

Are the workshops included?

Yes, all of the workshops listed on the Workshops page are included. For a list of additional 1-2-1 coaching and the full spa menu, click here.

Are the Spa Treatments included?

No, they are charged extra and we will be releasing a price list very soon. The practitioners are amazing.

Is there a program of events?

Yes, Please see a full program line-up on the workshops page

Do you have to be a yogi or meditator?

Not at all! We have people from all ages and every walks of life attending.

Do you serve alcohol?

Yes, in the evening, we have wine and cocktails for sale. No need to worry about cash, paypal and card are accepted at the elixers bar.