Hi! We're Zion Yoga Fest & we're happy you're here.
Zion Yoga Fest was born from a place of creating community and connection. From our first year in 2017 at the local Community Center, to an online festival in 2020, to now- our entire purpose and energy has been to create a space where everyone feels welcome. We want you to feel peace, connection, joy, and so much more! We'd love to have you as a part of the ZYF family!
Meet Our Team
The ZYF team and organizers are entirely all volunteer. We have a passion behind our message and love helping create the ZYF experience for all of you
Hi! I’m Camille. E-RYT 500. I've been a student of yoga since 2013 and a teacher since 2015. I created Zion Yoga Fest because I had recently moved and couldn't find a the community of yoga that supported and uplifted one another, where everyone was welcome. I knew that the people were there and felt in my gut that the space needed to be created to bring all those people together and thus the Yoga Fest was born. It has been a blessing and brought so many incredible souls and friendships into my life. Outside of the fest I'm a mom, a beginner farmer (with 9 goats currently that I love), and lead both 200hr and 300hr teacher trainings locally in Southern Utah and online. I'd love to meet you at The Fest! Stop me, give me a hug, and say hello.
Hi, I’m Marley!
Professionally, I’m a yoga teacher based out of La Verkin, Utah. I also teach “Into Your Heart: Answering Your Quarter-Life Calling” courses, as well as lead Women’s Retreats around the world. I pride myself on leading my life, as well as my offerings, from my heart.
I live for joy, play, self-discovery, personal growth, vulnerability, wonder, and awe. Along with being a yoga-enthusiast, I’m a deep connector, world-traveler, dog mama, forever student of life, and lover of everything outdoors (just to name a few). I believe magic is possible in our everyday lives; and I seek to inspire others to feel the same!
I absolutely adore the radical transformation, healing, love, community, and connection that can be fostered through the practice of yoga; and I can’t wait for that to be felt in this festival!