6 types of workshops
Explore alone. Connect with others. Go outside your comfort zone or play it safe.
Your body is a magnificent instrument through which you interact with the world. Connect with your body in new ways, learn its language and listen to its wisdom. Examples:
Expressing yourself by creating something new is a great way to step out of your routine and out of your head. Examples:
- Making art
- Building a structure
Dance and Movement
Tap your foot or twirl around like a child. Dance by yourself or with others. The universal language of dance has always connected people. Examples:
- Ecstatic dance
- Contact Improv
- Active meditation
We all have an inner world full of desires, fears and habits. Becoming more aware of these and create insights that lead to personal growth. Examples:
- Sharing circles
Sexuality is a big part of life; so present, yet often suppressed. Exploring sexuality in controlled setting can be a very liberating experience. Examples:
- Tantric sexuality
- Connective bondage
- Wheel of consent
The community aspect is a significant part of the festival. Attend with friends or by yourself. We've created plenty of natural ways to connect to those around you. Examples:
- Story telling
Twenty-five hectares of pure freedom in sunny France.
Our home is a beautiful green terrain in the French countryside. It's small enough to be cozy, yet big enough to wander off. The various playgrounds on the terrain each cater to a different mood.
Where we live and eat
Where so much magic happens
The sacred fire
Where our spirit always burns
Garden of eden
Where full nudity is safely contained
Tipi of Silence
Where reflection can happen in peace
Where sensuality and sexuality are explored
Passionate workshop facilitors that live to create magic. All together in the same spot.
Chris van der Weide
Eastern Philosophy, Sufism, SkyDancing Tantra, yoga, meditation.
Breakdance, lucid dreaming, massage.
Creative confidence and theatre.
Nature guide, wildernis leader, life coach.
Globetrotting sex educator and worker.
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Offer a workshop
Besides the dedicated facilitors, everyone can contribute activities to the program. Offer a workshop, propose a picnic. If it's safe, write it on the board and you're good to go.
All participants help to make the festival great by contributing three hours a week. For instance, you could keep the terrain clean, set up for a workshop, or cut veggies for dinner.