We invite you to join us in open space, surrounded by green fields and trees. To spend time healing in nature, to reconnect, reawaken and nourish your soul. This is an opportunity to find solace in the hills of an area of outstanding natural beauty.
This overnight camping experience will take place in a private, family-owned campsite in Hertfordshire. With full access to toilets and shower facilities, this camp combines an element of glamping, healing, creative flow and a positive nature fix.
This is an opportunity to share our skills, as we weave together a network of community in an open and inspiring environment. We offer a number of optional movement, breath and healing workshops, including:
Qi Gong (meditative movement and breathwork)
Sound healing (a high-frequency gong bath & other sound healing instruments)
Hawaiian Massage (not included in ticket price)
Many of us have been stuck indoors, with little connection with the outside world, with others, with nature. These times have felt extremely isolating for many and we want this experience to revive, heal and regenerate our body and mind.
On arrival, you will be given a cup of herbal tea and a full introduction to the site. Once you found a pitch and assembled your tent, we’ll settle down with lunch before workshops begin.
At night, we gather around a fire. This is an opportunity to stare into the fire, to connect, to sing, to dance. We welcome instruments and open jams, but most importantly, yourself.
After a full day of activities, you will probably feel tired by late evening, and we encourage plenty of rest. This is not an all-night party camp (more listening to the wind through the trees, watching the sunset and star gazing kind of camp).
This is an opportunity to reconnect, to rekindle a sense of a community during a time of disconnect and disharmony with the ebb and flow of life.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
We will be providing tasty vegetarian meals.
You will need to bring your own tent and sleeping equipment, you will be staying on a private, family-owned farm.