MANIFEST STATION
All-Inclusive Yoga & Music Festival
Camp Taum Sauk
May 1-3, 2020

FAMILY FRIENDLY

Families are part of our community. Kids activities coincide with adult classes.

MIDWEST LOCATION

Near Elephant Rock State Park in the Ozarks of southern MO at Camp Taum Sauk

OVER 30 YOGA & MOVEMENT CLASSES

Feel the vibrations move through your body while exploring your breath.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

Diverse expressions of sacred art demonstrating our shared relationship as a global community of devotees
PLANT-BASED FOOD

PLANT-BASED FOOD

Five prepared vegan meals and snacks along with coffee and tea all weekend.

HEALERS

Come as you are and find what you need from masterful healers in our healing village.

We’ll create a utopian commUNITY in the woods of southern Missouri for a weekend, playing and elevating our vibrations with live music, entertainment and creative class offerings at Camp Taum Sauk’s 145-acre property on the Black River. National touring musicians performing throughout the weekend. Campfire sound jams into the evenings. Community includes family. Kids activities included all weekend. Many paralleling the movement and yoga classes for adults, so parents can be more present. Yoga and movement classes led by outstanding teachers from around the U.S. and include everything from AcroYoga to Yin. Find our Healing Village filled with ways for you to further your journey toward that higher self. We go to great lengths to recycle our waste and procure a good portion of our food from local farmers. Your retreat price includes five prepared vegan meals, snacks, coffee and tea at this festival for all.

You may choose to practice yoga indoor or out, frolic in various outdoor and lake adventures, experience acro yoga, belly dancing, buti and hooping, combine yoga with journaling, and / or try out your circus skills and fly on a lyra, all with lots of love and laughter. Come find your vibe with a weekend of conscious music, centering friendships, joyful play and nourishing food. Accommodation options range from DIY tent camping, platform tents, to bunking in air conditioned lodging. Paths for cycling, trails for hiking, water for floating, even rocks for climbing are all on the property just a 2 hour drive from St. Louis.

MUSIC

Playing and elevating our vibrations with live music from select conscious musicians, aerial performances by ReKinection, campfire sessions and flow arts entertainment nightly. 

YOGA

Creative class offerings for everyone in the family, including ecstatic dancing, breathwork, acro yoga, aerial skills, yin, hooping, qigong, gong healing, meditation and new this year, a speakeasy with presentations & workshops offered by thought leaders from around the country.

TEACHERS

Debby Siegel, Christine Kick, Tim DeWitt, Laura Lockton, JQ Williams, Lisette Cheresson, Kelsey Kaleta, SiriAtma Kaur, Sarah Fuhrmann, Kevin Wathey, Meredith Trewolla, Rachel Roberts, Abi Feil, Sarah Fuhrmann, Wind Song, Lexi Jordan

FOOD

Your retreat price includes four prepared plant-base meals (Friday night dinner, Saturday brunch, Saturday dinner and Sunday brunch) snacks, coffee and tea all day at this festival for all.

WIND & THUNDER = 2 Stages of Music & Entertainment May 1-3, 2020

  • ReKinection

    ReKinection

    ReKinection is a collaboration of guides, performers, musicians, artists and writers conspiring to inspire empowerment and embodiment. They’ll be performing and teaching aerial acts as well as fire spinning at Manifest Station Volume 5.
  • Two Cities One World

    Two Cities One World is more than just a clever moniker referring to St. Louis and Sofia – Anna and Jared’s cities of origin. It’s been their defining mission since joining forces to spread a positive message around the world with their beautiful, rhythmically eclectic music. These artists command truth, spread love and inspire people to do great things. You’re going to need to bring your dancing feet for this one.
  • Penn Johnson

    Penn Johnson

    Penn Johnson channels and projects stories through song – unlike any artist of our time. His sound is of a genre yet-to-be defined, but his true-to-life lyrics, acoustic melodies, wind-sung strumming, harmonic rhythms, and passionate (uni-)verses, echo an era that once collected the masses.
  • Jeni B - That Folkin' Girl

    Jeni B - That Folkin' Girl

    Music from the heart about the human spirit. A soulful blend of jazz, Americana, folk and old country, journeying into a sound all her own.
  • Aaron Hale

    Aaron Hale

    Aaron Hale is a classically trained (Oklahoma State University) multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter. His band “The Human Beings” (inspired by a John Trudell quote) formed in the spring of 2017. Hale has performed with and without the band at several music festivals since including Woody Guthrie Folk Festival, Electric Forest, Pyro, Shangri-La, Byrdfest, and Rekinection. Hale’s debut album “Wildflowers and Atom Bombs” was released in September of 2018. Upon release Hale went on tour with Chase Makai (Nahko and MFTP), and in December did key work on Makai’s debut album. Hale’s music is a combination of psychedelic, folk, jazz, blues, reggae, and gospel with a consious message. “Wildflowers & Atom Bombs” is available streaming on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify.
  • JD Hughes and the Fuze

    JD Hughes & The Fuze is a funk infused jam band, inspired by the rich, cultural diversity of their hometown of St. Louis. Their sound embodies a heavy 70’s vibe, combining a lively blend of funk, jazz, rock, & reggae best described as “jam funk jazz”. The band’s conscious lyrics will inspire your mind, the the funky bass lines blended with smooth horns will inspire your body, and their music will inspire your soul.

Yoga :: Movement :: Meditation :: Speakeasy Over 50 Classes Available

Sponsors

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