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The Eureka Center

The Northwest Yoga Feast Venue
and our Sanctuary in the woods

The Northwest Yoga Feast will be held at the Eureka Center, made available by the Eureka Institute and is a private heaven on 22 pristine acres, just outside of Sandpoint, Idaho and minutes from beautiful Lake Pend Oreille.  Situated amongst the finest skiing, fishing, boating, mountain biking and hiking the Pacific Northwest has to offer, it is a place of peaceful and energetic natural beauty.  It’s not only the perfect setting for the Northwest Yoga Feast but camps, retreats, workshops, family reunions and weddings. The Center's beautifully wooded landscape has many trails and meadows, a bountiful garden, an outdoor amphitheater with stage, a large covered outdoor picnic/gathering area, a labyrinth, a even an 18 hole disc golf course for those with a competitive spirit!

It is centrally located in the northwest approximately 9 hours from Portland, 6 hours from Seattle, 1 1/2 hours from Spokane, 4 hours from Missoula and 3 1/2 hours from Nelson, British Columbia.

If you are planning a retreat or group experience for friends, family, or co-workers, we would love to help you create a memorable event.

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a charming and rustic wooden gate
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Creating Sacred Space

We can create sacred space and summon the healing power of nature anywhere on Earth.  There are many forms of rituals and ways to do this; the most important thing is to do it.  When we create sacred space with prayers, offerings and devotional beauty, we call forth the good true and beautiful energies from the spirit world. This allows us to do the work we are called to do in a safe, generous and protected way.

Brietta Leader and Holly Walker formed a creative team for this new edition of NW Yoga Feast. They will be very intentional in the creation of the altars and spaces where we are going to practice. Each participant can receive the touch and the breath of the Divine flowing through inspirational beauty!

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Explore The Eureka Center:


The Garden House

Nestled within our serene property, the rustic Garden House stands out as a versatile gem. Over time, this space has been the nurturing ground for diverse events. Adjacent to our organic garden, it offers an idyllic setting for workshops at Northwest Yoga Feast.

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The Wisdom Tree

The Wisdom Tree holds a sacred significance at our event, serving as the focal point for our opening and closing ceremonies, where we honor the Earth for her boundless wisdom and blessings. As participants gather beneath its branches, we express gratitude for the teachings of nature and the interconnectedness of all beings.


Butterfly Tent

Welcome to the Butterfly Tent, a vibrant sanctuary at NWYF. Adorned with colorful decorations and adorned with delicate touches, this tent embodies the spirit of transformation and renewal. Within its fluttering embrace, attendees embark on a journey of personal growth and exploration, guided by experienced instructors and surrounded by a community of like-minded souls.


Dining Hall

At Northwest Yoga Feast, our covered outdoor dining hall isn't just a place to eat—it's a sanctuary of community and connection. Here, amidst fresh air and natural surroundings, we gather to share wholesome cuisine, laughter, and gratitude. Embracing mindfulness, we honor the earth's gifts and celebrate the unity that nourishes both body and spirit.

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NWYF 2024


208 263-2217

This event is made possible and is brought to you by the Eureka Institute, whose mission is to foster life-long learning and leadership through education, experiential and recreational programming. The Eureka Institute is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.

6162 Eureka Road. Sagle, ID 83860

© Copyright 2024 The Eureka Center. All rights reserved. Website designed by Katie Bush.

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