Jungle Camp 2016 at Punta Mona, Costa Rica

September 26-October 1, 2016

Join Shakti Yogi Journal & our 3 Year Anniversary Cover Warriors Stephen Brooks and Sara Wu at their educational, community-owned and operated Permacultural heaven on earth: Punta Mona in Costa Rica.

Incidentally, you will see fall’s SYJ Cover Warriors performing on stage while you will meet Sara and Stephen when you learn about growing your own food, herbs, and gardens. Catch past interviewees for SYJ doing what they love: Biko Casini & The Human Experience (Summer 2014) among other Eco-Warrior-List celebrities. In this small setting you are sure to realize you are dancing next to one of your favorite artists or staring into the fire alongside.

Enjoy foods fresh off the land and a variety and caliber of musicians and workshop hosts you can’t find in this small of a setting anywhere else on earth. And of course yoga and sustainable and permaculture workshops beyond your wildest dreams! Enjoy!

Visit Punta Mona and learn how to #bethechange & #raisethevibration through your food, community, and music that carries the message of a joint intention to create a better life for all beings and the earth.

Jungle Camp 2016 Poster


What’s the history of Stephen Brooks & Jungle Camp???

brought to you by

Screen Shot 2016-06-15 at 9.07.44 PM

Shareshten Senior is the Founding Editor of SYJ, which has circulated 15,000 print copies in 5 countries in a year and a half. The buzz is growing and the conscious community has spoken: “There is nothing like SYJ out there. It is refreshing and beautiful. I read it over and over and I pass it on to my friends and community.”

SYJ examines world issues from a global perspective while offering meticulous practical action steps of what we can each do in our daily lives to truly make a difference.

Shareshten is a visionary leader who translates modern sustainable living concerns from a global perspective into accessible practical actions.

Through SYJ she brings together experts to share from their unique varied perspectives of healing and being. The practice of Yoga has transformed her life over the past 6 years.

Through service, healing, community, and teachers she found that the best way to serve humanity for her is through empowering her spiritual family to be self-reliant and self-healing.