$1,350.00 USD

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Terms of Service

No drugs or alcohol are allowed on the premises of Camp Olympia.

 All attendees must sign Camp Olympia's release form upon arrival. Review the document here.

Our practices involve looking at and being intimate with the structures of one’s personal reality, including how we make sense of experience, individually and collectively. Carrying over assumptions from other practices can lead to misunderstandings. Read over the following statements to determine whether or not our practice will be a good fit for you.

We see you as a free agent capable of honest self-assessment and responsible choice. This is an invitation to take responsibility for yourself and your experience, including a willingness to set and maintain appropriate boundaries. By attending our events you take responsibility for your own safety and comfort, choosing to leave the practice or participate in any given moment. 

Not Psychotherapy
We do not follow a therapeutic model of diagnosis and treatment. Our method is educational. Our emphasis is relating. Our facilitators and coaches are guides. Our practices are practices of connection and meditation whose aim is to reveal more presence. We do not prescribe choices or actions. We are not psychotherapists; we do not see you as being in a therapeutic relationship with our facilitators. Participants are welcome to speak and explore developmental intentions such as “getting somewhere,” growing, and evolving, but we do not presume these are the drivers of experience. We work in the present moment, assuming wholeness moving to greater wholeness. 

The Expectations of Leadership
Our facilitators act in service of better relating through bringing more presence to what’s happening in the here and now. This may not follow typical expectations of a “group leader,” such as telling people the “right way” to act or making sure everyone gets along. We include the internal experiences of the leaders as part of the process. We invite you to listen to your own inner direction for leadership, and consider others’ responses as feedback to you in the context of the moment.

Is this Right for You?
Our workshops can be intense. We explore the unknown, the volatile, the ambiguous, as well as welcome emotions many deem as “negative” or “inappropriate” such as feelings of inadequacy, anger, sexuality, and joy. We often explore multiple sides of seeming opposites at once, and believe this can reveal an underlying unity of the immediacy of experience. We see bringing awareness to intense feelings as distinct from acting upon these feelings—we may ask you to pause or leave if we determine certain expressions risk leaving the practice of relational presence.

If the above description of our workshops sounds potentially overwhelming or destabilizing for you, if you have mental illness or significant emotional challenges that you feel may be exacerbated by this type of transformational environment, or if you are not sure that you can be self-directed in taking care of your needs during the event, then we advise you not to enroll. Finally, you must be at least 18 years old to attend.

By participating you acknowledge that you have read and agree to abide by these Terms of Service.


Relateful Camp: April 24-28, 2024

Welcome to Relateful Camp: 

A 5-Day Retreat / Conference / Vacation for Mindful Growth and Adventure!

Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey like no other? Join us at Relateful Camp, where meaningful conversations, personal growth, outdoor adventures, and spontaneity come together to create an unforgettable experience. We’re convinced that this can be the most deep, enjoyable, and memorable experience you will have had in 5 years.

🌟 Dates: April 24-28, 2024

🌲 Location: Camp Olympia, Texas, USA

🍲 Ticket includes 4 nights lodging + 5 days of food

💃🕺 Workshop & Presenter schedule

People are coming from Texas, California, Florida, North Carolina, Tennessee, Canada, Mexico, England, Switzerland, Cyprus, Australia, and Vietnam!


🌿 Embrace the Essence of Relateful Camp 🌿

At Relateful Camp, we offer a diverse array of activities to nourish your mind, body, and soul. Like a music festival, there will be multiple events going on at any time for you to pick and choose from. Here's a taste of what awaits you:

Conversational Meditation Events 

Dive into the depths of mindfulness with our expert-led sessions, including Speed Focus, Embodiment, Tantric Relatefulness, Flow, Group Speed Coaching, and Intro to Relatefulness Fundamentals.

Personal Growth Modalities

Explore your inner self and discover new talents through workshops like Relateful Voice Dialogue, Singing Barbershop Tags, Star Tours, Intro to Dzogchen, Wim Hoff and Cold Plunge, How to Musically Improvise, and Morning Meditation with Focus.

Outdoor Adventures

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Camp Olympia with activities such as Swimming, Horseback Riding, Canoeing on the Lake, Ziplining, Archery, Climbing Wall, Mini-golf, Capture the Flag, and Giant Bubbles.

Planned + Emergent Schedule 

Be part of the creative process by contributing to our emergent schedule. Share your ideas, and if there's high demand, we'll add them to the official program. Whether it's a deep discussion or a spontaneous outdoor game, the possibilities are endless!


  • We recommend flying into  George Bush Intercontinental/Houston Airport (IAH)
    • The retreat venue is a 90 minute drive from the airport
    • We plan to charter shuttles from IAH airport to camp on April 24th and 28th
  • Registration starts at 2pm on Apr 24, 2024
  • The opening event will be after dinner on April 24
  • Check out is 2pm on April 28th
  • The closing event will be after breakfast on April 28th
  • Camp Olympia will provide bedding, pillows, and a towel for everyone sleeping in a cabin. Those who are camping will bring their own as well as their own tent.
  • All meals will be provided by the Camp Olympia chef with our dietary needs taken into account


🏕️ Accommodations

Enjoy the comfort of bunk beds in cabins, accommodating 16 to 26 people, or opt for the adventure of camping in tents. We provide three delicious meals a day, with dietary restrictions in mind, served in the Chow Hall.

All of the beds in all of the cabins are single beds. Campers need to bring their own tents and camping gear.

✈️ Airport: Closest to IAH in Houston

🚐 Transportation

  • Our current plan is to have 2 shuttles leaving the airport at 12:30pm and 7:30pm (Local time- Central time zone)
  • We will gather everyone’s flight information on a questionnaire, and we may choose to adjust those times to better accommodate everyone’s flights. If we do change the times we will let you know immediately.
  • This shuttle service is free.


We believe in doing the greatest good for the greatest number. You can specify your cabin preference, whether it's family-only, all-female, all-male, or no preference.

Relateful Camp promises to be both emotionally deep and playfully fun. It's a chance to connect, grow, and thrive in a welcoming and inclusive community.


🌟 Pioneer Discount Price (with perks!!): 

  • $1,350 Early Bird price for first 100 tickets (reduced from $1,500 full price)
  • Pioneers receive special access to capped sessions, activities with limited availability, and 1-1 opportunities
  • You’re helping us co-create this endeavor we’re embarking on for the very first time, and you become collaborators in building what it will become!

Included in the Ticket Price:

  • Your bed in a cabin (or your tent site, if you choose) for 4 nights. Participants choosing to camp on our tent site must bring their own camp gear, bedding and towel.
  • All meals, arranged with the chef to keep dietary restrictions in mind
  • Full access to the campgrounds, including unlimited access to the climbing wall, mini golf, basketball court, tennis court, and more
  • All 4 concurrent schedules of activities to choose from:
  • 5 days of Relateful sessions facilitated by Relateful Company staff facilitators, featuring Founder & CEO Jordan Myska Allen, Managing Director Valerie Daniel, and Flow Course Lead Michael Blas
  • 5 days of workshops led by certified facilitators, including modalities like Dzogchen, Music, and Genpo Roshi's Big Mind Process
  • Access to all of the outdoor activities offered by Camp Olympia, including horseback riding, zipline, canoeing, archery, swimming, and the giant swing, as well as games like capture the flag
  • The Emergent Schedule, where any attendee can offer a workshop, session, or activity

Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul while creating lasting memories with like-minded individuals. Join us at Relateful Camp and embark on a journey of self-discovery and meaningful connection.

Reserve your spot today, and let the adventure begin!

Have any questions about this experience?

Please email Liz at [email protected] or Annabeth at [email protected]