Mind on Fire Registration

Rocky Mountain Mindfulness Center & Cal-Wood Camps present
Mind on Fire
Mountains. Fresh air. Smell of Campfire Smoke. Sun on closed eyes. Friends. Joy.
Ignite your fire and tend the flame. From SPARK to BLAZE, the Mind on Fire summer programs at Cal-Wood Education Center offers teens (ages 13-16) the chance for high-adventure and deep reflection, empowerment and exploration, mindfulness and meditation, and inner and outer connection. These camps focus on mindful awareness, environmental stewardship, and global citizenship in a one-of-a-kind service-based learning setting. Participants will practice techniques to reduce anxiety, strengthen present-moment awareness, embrace adversity, and to truly ignite their inner spark.
Whether you're new to mindfulness or a seasoned pro. These camps were created for teens ready to let go of thier screens and connect with themselves, each other and the Colorado Mountains.
As you register, you will see two camps; Spark & Blaze. You can choose either or both. The experiences are designed to compliment and build off each other, but can also be experienced independently. 
Mind on Fire: Spark: Cabin-based, traditional sleepaway camp experince. July 14-19, 2019
Mind on Fire: Blaze: Tent-based, wilderness camp experience. July 21-26, 2019
Dropoff is at 3pm on the starting Sunday for each camp at 2282 County Road 87, Jamestown, CO 80455
Pickup is at 10am (immediatley following the parent slideshow) on the last Friday of each camp at 2282 County Road 87, Jamestown, CO 80455
Thank you for your trust and commitment to an amazing experience. If you have any questions whatsoever, please contact us.
Joel Van Egbert
Cal-Wood Camp Director
RMMC Board Member
(303) 449-0603 x5
Cindy Garner
Mind on Fire Camp Director
RMMC Executive Director
Cal-Wood accepts campers of any faith, or lack thereof. We welcome participation of youth without regard to race, color, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, or marital/family status.

Parent/Guardian Information

Relationship to Participant: *

Camper Information

Optional: Camper racial identity (information is used for grant applications)
Has your camper previously attended a mindfulness program or camp? *
On a scale of 1-10. 1 being none and 10 being very high. Indicate your teen's familiarity with mindfulness and meditation. *
How would your teen rate his/her stress level on a scale of 1-10, with 10 representing extreme stress? *
How would you further describe your teen's relationship to stress? *
On average, how much screen time does your teen have? Include phone, computer, videos games, tv etc. *