Mind: Body: Earth

Sponsored by Ready Computing
Mind: Body: Earth
  • August 31st 2019 9:30am
  • September 1st 2019 10:00am
  • Saturday, August 31: VIP: $100.00 Adults: $20.00 Seniors & Students: $12.00  | Sunday, September 01: Suggested donation of $5.00 for yoga 

The two-day festival over Labor Day weekend kicks off with a massive yoga class on the same grounds where large-scale yoga was done at Woodstock. Attendees engage with premier vendors in sustainable lifestyle and self-care on the stunning Bethel Woods campus. Innovators in health, sustainability, and mindfulness explore how wellness leads to kindness and civility.

Partnerships with organizations like world-class wellness retreat YO1 give attendees access to an unparalleled weekend of wellness and health.

Guests will have the chance to opt for a VIP experience, which includes intimate wellness and yoga sessions, cooking demonstrations and the opportunity to stay at YO1’s world-class wellness center.

Mind: Body: Earth will take place on the same weekend as the first weekend Bethel Woods’ Harvest Festival, an annual event that regularly attracts over five thousand attendees. Harvest Festival celebrates the bounty of the region with farmers, crafters and artisans, family-friendly activities, and musical performances.


Mind: Body: Earth is sponsored by Ready Computing.

This is part of the Vibrations series. Vibrations, launched in 2019, includes eight unforgettable events bringing together change-makers, artists, and influencers to open conversations, inspire thinking and awaken purpose. Emphasizing the value of the arts and civic engagement, Vibrations brings the legacy of the past into conversation with the movements of today.

All dates, acts, times & ticket prices are subject to change at anytime without notice.

Special 50th-anniversary events and activities are supported in part by donors to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and by a grant awarded to Bethel Woods by Empire State Development and New York State's Division of Tourism/I LOVE NY under Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council Initiative.