Youth Camp

Sat Nam,

In 2021, during this time of COVID, 3HO will be offering a full schedule of online events.  We will miss being together in person, but we hope you will join us to experience dynamic Kundalini classes, morning sadhanas, concerts, and connection with your Kundalini community from around the world.  All from the comfort of your home. See our Online Events Calendar here.

Solstice Youth Camp Co-op (SYCC)

December 18-21


For children ages 1-17

Solstice Youth Camp Co-op (SYCC) is a powerful opportunity for children to feed both their spirit and their sense of fun, while learning ancient yogic teachings that build strong bodies and strong character. Twice a year at each Solstice, people from all over the world  gather together to purify and uplift their consciousness in community.  Give your child the opportunity to dwell in that  frequency, be free, learn and connect with their peers. Yogi  Bhajan said that one of the primary reasons for a Solstice Youth Camp provides an opportunity for both parents and children to connect with their spirit. It is a Camp Co-Operative, which means that the parents help run the camp. All parents practice their Karma Yoga in SYCC, helping out in various ways.

Resources, programs and support are available to parents, babies, toddlers, children and teens. See the following sections for more information:

Schedule and What to Bring

Registration and Rates

Parent Karma Yoga

Service Opportunities

Resources at Camp

Staff and Contact Info

A Solstice Youth Camp Program Guide will be given to each parent or guardian when you register on site. See that Program Guide for information such as where to drop off your child, where meals are served, as well as the times and locations of courses on parenting and relationships.

If you have any questions, please contact Sat Darshan Kaur- [email protected]

“Create dependable children, not dependent children.  Give your children the basic value to face their own tomorrow, without being blinded by yours.  Enable them to have strong personalities, not be helpless puppets.  Position them for success, don’t paralyze them with the commotion of your emotions.”   Yogi Bhajan