Summer 2016 Yoga- and Farm- Internships

What we are:

garden workWe are a substance-free intentional community of varying ages nestled just North of Ithaca on 65 acres with woods & waterfalls who have come together to support our personal wellness and collective awakening through meditation, yoga, self-inquiry, and community service.

We run a wellness center called the Yoga Farm out of one of our converted barns where we offer daily meditation, yoga, dance, reiki, and other workshops that connect us to our own inner peace. We are looking to expand our center, including buildings, barn conversions & more gardens.

laughterandraspberriescoupleWho we are looking for: active, like-minded yoga/meditation practicing people

  • Who want to live outside immersed nature, eager to learn, grow & ready to help us build from the ground up!
  • 2-3 Full Immersion team players from late Spring to early Fall (2-4 month commitment) camp on site, work 5 days a week, 6 hours per day to help grow food, tend animals, & help from start to finish on building projects.
  • 2-3 Weekend Warriors who will come most weekends (3-4 month commitment), either Fri & Sat, or Sat & Sun, to work two 8 hour days (lunch breaks and yoga class included).

What you will receive: Food & Lodging as well as….

GoddessPools2A deeply enriching hands-on learning immersion into our intentional community, complete with daily yoga and mindfulness practices. You will have an opportunity to work hard with us in gratitude for this precious life!

A beautiful spot to set up your camp, immersed in nature, off the grid, with access to our community kitchen, outdoor shower and toilet, nightly campfires, weekly wholesome home cooked meals with the whole farm community, and organic foods like rice, beans, oats, and homegrown fruits, veggies, herbs and eggs!

We will also hold classes on herbal medicine, plants, animals, sonic healing, dance, reiki, tarot, crystals & astrology.

Are you interested? Please contact us at or call us at 585-478-4673 or 607-280-2010.

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