Sat Nam,

Our hearts go out to each of you at this time of great upheaval and challenge. We're sending you our wishes of health for yourself, all your loved ones, your communities, and the world.

In response to the public health challenge and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, we have decided to cancel all of our in-person events for 2020: Summer Solstice Sadhana Celebration, International Women's Camp, Khalsa Youth Camp and now, most recently, Winter Solstice Sadhana Celebration.

We will, however, be holding space for two virtual events: a 1-day September e-Equinox on the 19th, as well as a 3-day December e-Solstice Summit.

We have enjoyed supporting our community online with Kundalini Yoga and look forward to continuing to do so through these future events and our other channels.

Best Wishes,

The 3HO Foundation Team

Summer Solstice FAQ's 

Q. Can I make arrangements for my special dietary needs?
R. We do not have the kitchen capacity to be able to assist with special needs diets. You are welcome to bring your own non-refrigerated food items. Every meal served has both vegan and gluten-free options.
Q. If I come to one day of White Tantric Yoga can I sign my child up for children’s camp for the day?
R. Yes you can, please register on-line under the 'Day Pass' registration type and go to Youth Programs web page for information and forms you will need to fill out and bring.
Q. What’s the difference between a Morgan Cabin and an Adobe Cabin?
R. Morgan cabins have cots in them and there are only 4 people to a cabin. They are designated for seniors and special needs attendees. Adobe cabins are open to everyone, except for bottom bunks in most cabins that are reserved for seniors (55+) and participants with disabilities. See more information and applications at the Travel & Stay web page
Q. What are the policies for renting an RV space or for tent trailers?
R. These spaces are reserved for seniors 55+, and special needs attendees. Click here for more info.
Q. Do I have to have my badge and wristband with me at all times?
R. You do need to have your badge and wristband with you because there are areas at the Solstice event where you may not be able to gain access without it.
Q. Where do I go if I am having problems adjusting to the altitude or diet?
R. Head straight to the First Aid building. Please be sure to drink plenty of liquids and electrolytes while at the event. It is very dry and you may not realize it if you are getting dehydrated. It is also helpful to bring your own Emergen-C or similar brand packets to help stay hydrated and to replenish minerals.
Q. Is Financial Aid available?
R. Yes. If you meet the criteria for consideration you may apply for Financial Aid. Click here to review criteria and to apply.
Q. Can I apply for Service Exchange if my children are going to be at the event with me?
R. If your children are over the age of 18, you are eligible for Service Exchange. If your children are under the age of 18, you must have a partner or significant other over the age of 25 attending the event with you who will be responsible for the care of your children to be considered for Service Exchange. In some cases, individuals with children may apply for an Exchange in the Solstice Youth Camp area.
Q. Can I come before the event begins and/or stay after it is over?
R. You cannot stay on site prior to or after the event is closed, but you can find accommodations at motels in the area. Click here for off-site accommodations nearby.
Q. Does 3HO make the arrangement for attendee travel?
R. No. Attendees are responsible for negotiating their arrangements. 3HO has contracted with shuttle services for transportation to and from the Albuquerque airport for Solstice attendees; however all attendees must make their own reservations for this service. Click here for more information on shuttle service.