Camille Zolman E-RYT 200 Creator of The Southern Utah Yoga Fest
I'm Camille. I moved to Southern Utah in 2016 and had a difficult time finding a yoga place to call "home." Every time I stepped into a yoga class I felt love, happiness and community- a collective coming together with people from all walks of like, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, and ages. I had a hard time finding that same community in Southern Utah and I cried. a lot. I KNEW that energy and community was out there but that it just needed a place to flourish SO, I finally stopped crying and thus The Southern Utah Yoga Fest was born. I am a yoga student and teacher. Yoga and The Yoga Fest has brought lifelong friendships into my life and deep healing and I want the same for you. Yoga came into my life as a gift and I love being able to share that gift with others. I'm a new mom to a beautiful rainbow baby, a lover of food, comfy pants, and sunshine. XOXO + namaste
Meg Walsted RYT-200 CMT from Dharana Method Teacher and Schedule Coordinator
Megan moved to Alaska out of college, met her husband and embarked on a new phase of life. After 15 years in Alaska her family decided they needed an adventure so they moved to Texas to Utah and back to Alaska.
While in Utah, she found out about SUYF and volunteered at the second annual SUYF. She has a background in conference planning and the natural ability to herd cats (umm kids) in the tornado called life she decided to hop on board of the planning team. SUYF was a life changing event! It gave her, not only a super sweet yoga zen fix but also, life long friends,and a job helping to run the festival. When she’s not working on the festival she is teaching meditation to grade school kids at local elementary schools or working with disabled adults teaching them meditation and mindfulness techniques. Her family of ten (hubby and eight kids) loves to fish and hike in the wild Alaskan beauty. If she has downtime she’s either reading or knitting. She can’t wait to meet each and every one of you and warm up a little in the beautiful red rocks of Southern Utah.