Indigo Star- Women’s Camping Retreat 

Twin Peaks Road, Portola California

Indigo Star is an extended weekend gathering by women for women to celebrate and encourage each other and all the ways that we shine.

Set in Plumas County, just outside of Portola, on a forest knoll wrapped by the Middle Fork of the Feather River and ringed by peaks. The waning full moon and star glow will be our roof while we camp and share a community fire for 4 nights.


  • Hot tea
  • Local organic vegetarian breakfast and dinners provided by a Reno chef
  • Potable water
  • Toilets, sinks and solar rustic showers

Over 35 teachers offering their passions, song, wisdom, and acceptance in community.

Classes being offered include

  • Fire by Friction

  • Weaving

  • Many forms of yoga for all of our womynly needs

  • Divine Feminine Dance

  • Chakra Dance

  • Business Branding

  • Business Marketing

  • Plant medicine

  • Nutrition

  • Crystal bowl Attunement

  • Music Improv

  • Dowsing

  • Quilting

  • Cooking

  • Meditation

  • Somatic Fusion Experiences

  • "The Work That Reconnects"

  • Elemental Exploration

  • Moon Time Magic

  • Art Journalling

  • Action Based Activism

  • Supportive Ceremonies

  • Life Transformation and Work Satisfaction Coaching

  • And More!

For more information about what to bring, the teachers, and land that will hold us visit

A little from Michelle, Group Leader Alumni, and visionary mama:

For both Sheila and Me, the feeling of community and sustainability, and what that really means relationally, is an inspiration for providing this retreat for both teachers and participants.  The ideas behind the practical aspects of tangible sustainability in local commerce, local food and food propagation, and sustainable building, will be shared at Indigo Star. But there's another aspect of sustainability that is nurtured and created in gatherings like this and that's one of shared community resources and shared relationship. We really hope relationships are formed within this gathering that support each others soul life work and nurture the belief in relying on community.

Within the schedule we've left a lot of time for meals, siesta and spaciousness, we feel it's very important that there's an integral slow pace to the weekend that is not rushed or harried. This is our offering towards acknowledging the expanded opportunity for self-care and self-love that exists in slow spaces.  We've also made sure that there is movement offered during each session block throughout the weekend. We will have nine tracks to choose from during every session block and there will be at least one option for movement during each session.

"A wholistic retreat held with the purpose of encouraging the feeling of community and teaching sustainability, meditation, yoga, plant-based eating, and networking", according to Beaman.