Working the Edge: How Ecovillages are Pioneering Solutions in Extraordinary Times

Covid has shocked many ecovillages to the point that some are questioning prior assumptions of sustainability and resilience. As hotbeds of experimentation, how now are ecovillages integrating lessons from coronavirus that adapt to emerging conditions? What can be learned by examining these representative microcosms that example possible routes for macro-level transitions? Can we continue to provide inspiring examples and what are the tradeoffs, challenges and experiences which we can bring to the wider transition movement?

Working the Edge: How Ecovillages are Pioneering Solutions in Extraordinary Times

Covid has shocked many ecovillages to the point that some are questioning prior assumptions of sustainability and resilience. As hotbeds of experimentation, how now are ecovillages integrating lessons from coronavirus that adapt to emerging conditions? What can be learned by examining these representative microcosms that example possible routes for macro-level transitions? Can we continue to provide inspiring examples and what are the tradeoffs, challenges and experiences which we can bring to the wider transition movement?

Working the Edge: How Ecovillages are Pioneering Solutions in Extraordinary Times

Covid has shocked many ecovillages to the point that some are questioning prior assumptions of sustainability and resilience. As hotbeds of experimentation, how now are ecovillages integrating lessons from coronavirus that adapt to emerging conditions? What can be learned by examining these representative microcosms that example possible routes for macro-level transitions? Can we continue to provide inspiring examples and what are the tradeoffs, challenges and experiences which we can bring to the wider transition movement?

Working the Edge: How Ecovillages are Pioneering Solutions in Extraordinary Times

Covid has shocked many ecovillages to the point that some are questioning prior assumptions of sustainability and resilience. As hotbeds of experimentation, how now are ecovillages integrating lessons from coronavirus that adapt to emerging conditions? What can be learned by examining these representative microcosms that example possible routes for macro-level transitions? Can we continue to provide inspiring examples and what are the tradeoffs, challenges and experiences which we can bring to the wider transition movement?

Working the Edge: How Ecovillages are Pioneering Solutions in Extraordinary Times

Covid has shocked many ecovillages to the point that some are questioning prior assumptions of sustainability and resilience. As hotbeds of experimentation, how now are ecovillages integrating lessons from coronavirus that adapt to emerging conditions? What can be learned by examining these representative microcosms that example possible routes for macro-level transitions? Can we continue to provide inspiring examples and what are the tradeoffs, challenges and experiences which we can bring to the wider transition movement?

Working the Edge: How Ecovillages are Pioneering Solutions in Extraordinary Times

Covid has shocked many ecovillages to the point that some are questioning prior assumptions of sustainability and resilience. As hotbeds of experimentation, how now are ecovillages integrating lessons from coronavirus that adapt to emerging conditions? What can be learned by examining these representative microcosms that example possible routes for macro-level transitions? Can we continue to provide inspiring examples and what are the tradeoffs, challenges and experiences which we can bring to the wider transition movement?

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion - Voices from our Communities

"Almost all of our communities, environmental organisations and ecovillages are White and middle class. With Black Lives Matter again putting a much needed spotlight on issues of inclusion and diversity, it has become obvious that we need change if we are to create a new authentic story: a world that includes everyone's voices equally, creating spaces of healing the wounds of our inherited superiority and inherited oppressions.

Nonty C. Sabic will be holding a sacred space conversation with young leaders from our communities to dive deeper into the urgent topic of ending racism in us and our communities. This conversation will be deepened in the following workshop slot."

Resourcing the Transition: Regenerative Income Streams and Network Building

"Many ecovillage income streams are dependent on human interaction in the form of courses, events and tourism. Through the Covid crisis a lot of these activities have been cancelled or reduced which has left a great strain on the communities.

What resourcing needs have emerged through the crisis? What needs to be considered in Community Incubation when designing economy and how can we link to mutually support bioregional development? What learnings can we take from this time and how might these affect the ways we design our resourcing strategies and interactions on a personal, community and regional levels in the future?"

Resourcing the Transition: Regenerative Income Streams and Network Building

"Many ecovillage income streams are dependent on human interaction in the form of courses, events and tourism. Through the Covid crisis a lot of these activities have been cancelled or reduced which has left a great strain on the communities.

What resourcing needs have emerged through the crisis? What needs to be considered in Community Incubation when designing economy and how can we link to mutually support bioregional development? What learnings can we take from this time and how might these affect the ways we design our resourcing strategies and interactions on a personal, community and regional levels in the future?"

Resourcing the Transition: Regenerative Income Streams and Network Building

"Many ecovillage income streams are dependent on human interaction in the form of courses, events and tourism. Through the Covid crisis a lot of these activities have been cancelled or reduced which has left a great strain on the communities.

What resourcing needs have emerged through the crisis? What needs to be considered in Community Incubation when designing economy and how can we link to mutually support bioregional development? What learnings can we take from this time and how might these affect the ways we design our resourcing strategies and interactions on a personal, community and regional levels in the future?"

Resourcing the Transition: Regenerative Income Streams and Network Building

"Many ecovillage income streams are dependent on human interaction in the form of courses, events and tourism. Through the Covid crisis a lot of these activities have been cancelled or reduced which has left a great strain on the communities.

What resourcing needs have emerged through the crisis? What needs to be considered in Community Incubation when designing economy and how can we link to mutually support bioregional development? What learnings can we take from this time and how might these affect the ways we design our resourcing strategies and interactions on a personal, community and regional levels in the future?"

Hands in the Soil: Purpose, Empowerment and Bioregional Resilience

With Covid and questions of resilience so present, what would it look like to work more with the creative power of our hands? To produce more locally, reduce reliance on complex chains and external actors, and support increased bioregional resilience in the process?

Hands in the Soil: Purpose, Empowerment and Bioregional Resilience

With Covid and questions of resilience so present, what would it look like to work more with the creative power of our hands? To produce more locally, reduce reliance on complex chains and external actors, and support increased bioregional resilience in the process?

Hands in the Soil: Purpose, Empowerment and Bioregional Resilience

With Covid and questions of resilience so present, what would it look like to work more with the creative power of our hands? To produce more locally, reduce reliance on complex chains and external actors, and support increased bioregional resilience in the process?

Hands in the Soil: Purpose, Empowerment and Bioregional Resilience

With Covid and questions of resilience so present, what would it look like to work more with the creative power of our hands? To produce more locally, reduce reliance on complex chains and external actors, and support increased bioregional resilience in the process?

Hands in the Soil: Purpose, Empowerment and Bioregional Resilience

With Covid and questions of resilience so present, what would it look like to work more with the creative power of our hands? To produce more locally, reduce reliance on complex chains and external actors, and support increased bioregional resilience in the process?

Hands in the Soil: Purpose, Empowerment and Bioregional Resilience

With Covid and questions of resilience so present, what would it look like to work more with the creative power of our hands? To produce more locally, reduce reliance on complex chains and external actors, and support increased bioregional resilience in the process?

Scaling-Up Regeneration: Ingredients for Successful Community-Municipality Collaborations

Ecovillage Transition in Action (ETiA) is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership involving GEN, ECOLISE, GEN Germany, Hurdal Ecovillage and the University of St Andrews. The project is about spreading and scaling up an ecovillage approach to local development and regeneration, by developing materials and trainings designed to apply the ecovillage approach in different contexts and in collaboration with multiple stakeholders. We explore how ecovillages, community-led initiatives, local government and academic institutions can collaborate to catalyse regional regeneration. In this interactive workshop, we will share our ‘work in process’ and will reflect together on the secret ingredients that enable successful community-municipality collaborations.

Scaling-Up Regeneration: Ingredients for Successful Community-Municipality Collaborations

Ecovillage Transition in Action (ETiA) is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership involving GEN, ECOLISE, GEN Germany, Hurdal Ecovillage and the University of St Andrews. The project is about spreading and scaling up an ecovillage approach to local development and regeneration, by developing materials and trainings designed to apply the ecovillage approach in different contexts and in collaboration with multiple stakeholders. We explore how ecovillages, community-led initiatives, local government and academic institutions can collaborate to catalyse regional regeneration. In this interactive workshop, we will share our ‘work in process’ and will reflect together on the secret ingredients that enable successful community-municipality collaborations.

Conflict and Communication : Learning to Facilitate Change

We believe conflict is an inescapable part of human experience. Unresolved, it is a source of chronic tension and dissatisfaction. It can escalate in many ways. It can sabotage goals and contribute to burnout. In the world it is the root of oppression and violence. Conflict can also be a source of positive change—when the energy contained in the conflict can be transformed from a destructive force to a creative opportunity. Conflict unfolded nurtures personal growth, deepens relationships, facilitates change and creates community. This workshop shows how it is possible to create environments where underlying issues can be explored, and empowering win/win solutions discovered, which deepen all our relationships and facilitate cultural change.

Conflict and Communication : Learning to Facilitate Change

We believe conflict is an inescapable part of human experience. Unresolved, it is a source of chronic tension and dissatisfaction. It can escalate in many ways. It can sabotage goals and contribute to burnout. In the world it is the root of oppression and violence. Conflict can also be a source of positive change—when the energy contained in the conflict can be transformed from a destructive force to a creative opportunity. Conflict unfolded nurtures personal growth, deepens relationships, facilitates change and creates community. This workshop shows how it is possible to create environments where underlying issues can be explored, and empowering win/win solutions discovered, which deepen all our relationships and facilitate cultural change.

Visible and Invisible Power: How Leadership and Rank affect Group Projects

"One of the great challenges for group projects is how to manage, distribute and share power in its many forms, both formal (such as functions and leadership) and informal (rank and privilege). Addressing the necessary transition from a paradigm of competitive and dominating power to collaborative power requires conscious and determined work that has an impact on all layers of community life. This workshop will help us understand power dynamics and their importance when accompanying group projects, taking us on a journey towards understanding this corrupted yet indispensable energy: power.
Mauge Cañada has been developing collaborative leadership workshops with a gender perspective since 2007."

Visible and Invisible Power: How Leadership and Rank affect Group Projects

"One of the great challenges for group projects is how to manage, distribute and share power in its many forms, both formal (such as functions and leadership) and informal (rank and privilege). Addressing the necessary transition from a paradigm of competitive and dominating power to collaborative power requires conscious and determined work that has an impact on all layers of community life. This workshop will help us understand power dynamics and their importance when accompanying group projects, taking us on a journey towards understanding this corrupted yet indispensable energy: power.
Mauge Cañada has been developing collaborative leadership workshops with a gender perspective since 2007."

Connecting with your ancestors to build better futures: building empathy for future generations

In this workshop we’ll connect with our ancestors and inspiring leaders from the past through guided meditation and creative writing to impulse us to build better futures for our descendants. Connecting with the past is essential to cultivate our long-term thinking in a short-term thinking society. Come and join me to connect with your ancestors and with other people to impulse climate action today!

Connecting with your ancestors to build better futures: building empathy for future generations

In this workshop we’ll connect with our ancestors and inspiring leaders from the past through guided meditation and creative writing to impulse us to build better futures for our descendants. Connecting with the past is essential to cultivate our long-term thinking in a short-term thinking society. Come and join me to connect with your ancestors and with other people to impulse climate action today!

An integrative approach to Indigenous Spirituality as a tool for Ecological Regeneration

John-Paul will offer a workshop exploring how indigenous spirituality can serve as a master key in making the cultural shift required for ecological regeneration through creating modern inclusive Ecovillage communities. He will draw on his experience of exploring the indigenous spirituality and culture of Ireland but with considerations in general comparative cultures globally.

An integrative approach to Indigenous Spirituality as a tool for Ecological Regeneration

John-Paul will offer a workshop exploring how indigenous spirituality can serve as a master key in making the cultural shift required for ecological regeneration through creating modern inclusive Ecovillage communities. He will draw on his experience of exploring the indigenous spirituality and culture of Ireland but with considerations in general comparative cultures globally.

Challenges of diversity and inclusion - voices from our communities

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Challenges of diversity and inclusion - voices from our communities

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Defend the Sacred - and the Healing Biotopes Plan

"What is sacred? What is so precious for you that you would do everything to protect it?

For the Lakota of Standing Rock, it is the water. The Indigenous movement at Standing Rock in 2016 brought the term ""sacred"" into political activism, through their attempt to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline being built through their sacred sites and waters. With prayer, meditation, ceremony, non-violent resistance and demonstrating solutions, ""sacred activism"" has become a path to effectively work for a positive future.

Since 2017, activists from all over the world have been meeting every year in Tamera, Portugal, and formed the Defend the Sacred Alliance, a close coalition to protect life, water, human rights and the Earth.

We want to present this alliance, some of their activities and Tamera’s main contribution: the Healing Biotopes Plan. It is a foundation for all our activities in Tamera and in the world, a framework for building networks and global communities of trust among people and with all living beings."

Defend the Sacred - and the Healing Biotopes Plan

"What is sacred? What is so precious for you that you would do everything to protect it?

For the Lakota of Standing Rock, it is the water. The Indigenous movement at Standing Rock in 2016 brought the term ""sacred"" into political activism, through their attempt to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline being built through their sacred sites and waters. With prayer, meditation, ceremony, non-violent resistance and demonstrating solutions, ""sacred activism"" has become a path to effectively work for a positive future.

Since 2017, activists from all over the world have been meeting every year in Tamera, Portugal, and formed the Defend the Sacred Alliance, a close coalition to protect life, water, human rights and the Earth.

We want to present this alliance, some of their activities and Tamera’s main contribution: the Healing Biotopes Plan. It is a foundation for all our activities in Tamera and in the world, a framework for building networks and global communities of trust among people and with all living beings."

Unschooling: What happens when children follow their curiosity?

"Have you ever thought about what would have happened to you if you could always do what interests you?
How much time have you already wasted doing things that others expected of you? What do we expect from our children today? The pressure is growing! But our brain will not evolve under pressure say Brain researchers. Play and physical contact is the most important thing our brain needs to develop, we learn best from someone we have a really good relationship with and everything we say disappears behind our actions. Feelings are most important for remembering and fun ist the most efficient method for learning. School ignores still the most what science figured out. Unschooling can be a way full of chances and challenges. I will talk about the possibilities and our experiences."

Unschooling: What happens when children follow their curiosity?

"Have you ever thought about what would have happened to you if you could always do what interests you?
How much time have you already wasted doing things that others expected of you? What do we expect from our children today? The pressure is growing! But our brain will not evolve under pressure say Brain researchers. Play and physical contact is the most important thing our brain needs to develop, we learn best from someone we have a really good relationship with and everything we say disappears behind our actions. Feelings are most important for remembering and fun ist the most efficient method for learning. School ignores still the most what science figured out. Unschooling can be a way full of chances and challenges. I will talk about the possibilities and our experiences."

Standing with the Earth – a ritual of sacred activism

This is a call collectively to pause from action, to stand in silence, listen to and connect with the Earth, humbly acknowledging and deeply sensing our interbeing – a starting point for any measure taken to meet the urgent problems of our time. We've been doing this for almost two years now at various occasions and (public) places. And in the context of this Online Conference we are calling you to stand with us – wherever you are, together with others you want to invite. There will be an introduction, a silent standing and a possibility to exchange afterward. More info:
Standing with the Earth (video)
Standing with the Earth (website)

Standing with the Earth – a ritual of sacred activism

This is a call collectively to pause from action, to stand in silence, listen to and connect with the Earth, humbly acknowledging and deeply sensing our interbeing – a starting point for any measure taken to meet the urgent problems of our time. We've been doing this for almost two years now at various occasions and (public) places. And in the context of this Online Conference we are calling you to stand with us – wherever you are, together with others you want to invite. There will be an introduction, a silent standing and a possibility to exchange afterward. More info:
Standing with the Earth (video)
Standing with the Earth (website)

Water, Climate, and Community

Join Ethan as we explore the global water situation in regards to climate stability, and the need for community watershed protection and mobilization as a means for taking action now. Many people look only at carbon emissions in regard to climate change, but an huge overlooked piece is the water cycle, and the way humans have globally degraded and eroded this natural system of climate balancing. Through massive amounts of water loss from landscapes, we experience both droughts and floods with greater frequency, as our watersheds can no longer hold the rain that does fall. We need massive global efforts to restore our landscapes, to slow, spread and sink the abundant water that the earth has blessed us with. For this we need to decentralize our water systems and create community-led watershed restoration projects for regenerating earth's ecosystems. This has happened in many places around the world, to incredible effect, and needs to happen everywhere. In this workshop, learn how this could be possible and what you can do to make it happen!

Water, Climate, and Community

Join Ethan as we explore the global water situation in regards to climate stability, and the need for community watershed protection and mobilization as a means for taking action now. Many people look only at carbon emissions in regard to climate change, but an huge overlooked piece is the water cycle, and the way humans have globally degraded and eroded this natural system of climate balancing. Through massive amounts of water loss from landscapes, we experience both droughts and floods with greater frequency, as our watersheds can no longer hold the rain that does fall. We need massive global efforts to restore our landscapes, to slow, spread and sink the abundant water that the earth has blessed us with. For this we need to decentralize our water systems and create community-led watershed restoration projects for regenerating earth's ecosystems. This has happened in many places around the world, to incredible effect, and needs to happen everywhere. In this workshop, learn how this could be possible and what you can do to make it happen!

Permaculture: A Tool for Planetary Transformation and Community Engagement

"We are all aware that our current planetary crises are pushing us to take significant regenerative and innovative steps with the required scale at all levels of our human transformation. The transformative power of Permaculture is an art that: empowers hands-on action, connects us to the essence of mother Earth, enables us to fully regenerate landscapes and sequester carbon while meeting our basic human needs.

This workshop will go beyond crop production and test plots, having a critical look on the why and how Permaculture can be used to bring personal and community empowerment and resilience, drawing from the decades of success stories from African communities. It will be a co-creative space with some presentation, exercises and discussions. We will look at:

1) Education and Empowerment - hands-on action and valuing indigenous knowledge systems
2) Bridging the gap between youths and agriculture
3) Insights on how practicing Permaculture brings us closer to a ""Pesticide Free World""."

Permaculture: A Tool for Planetary Transformation and Community Engagement

"We are all aware that our current planetary crises are pushing us to take significant regenerative and innovative steps with the required scale at all levels of our human transformation. The transformative power of Permaculture is an art that: empowers hands-on action, connects us to the essence of mother Earth, enables us to fully regenerate landscapes and sequester carbon while meeting our basic human needs.

This workshop will go beyond crop production and test plots, having a critical look on the why and how Permaculture can be used to bring personal and community empowerment and resilience, drawing from the decades of success stories from African communities. It will be a co-creative space with some presentation, exercises and discussions. We will look at:

1) Education and Empowerment - hands-on action and valuing indigenous knowledge systems
2) Bridging the gap between youths and agriculture
3) Insights on how practicing Permaculture brings us closer to a ""Pesticide Free World""."

The Great Work Of Our Time

The Ecosystem Restoration Camps movement serves as a model for restoring ecological function while addressing some of the most pressing issues of our time including: poverty, hunger, refugee crises, climate change and the need to create resilient communities. Join the conversation with ERC founder, John D Liu, as we watch a short film and discuss the possible applications, scalability and huge potential for transformation that ERC camps have to support emerging regenerative culture.

The Great Work Of Our Time

The Ecosystem Restoration Camps movement serves as a model for restoring ecological function while addressing some of the most pressing issues of our time including: poverty, hunger, refugee crises, climate change and the need to create resilient communities. Join the conversation with ERC founder, John D Liu, as we watch a short film and discuss the possible applications, scalability and huge potential for transformation that ERC camps have to support emerging regenerative culture.

Green Angel Meditation

Join our online intentional group meditation to align our collective energy and let pure vibrations restore harmony and peace in the world. We will emerge the feeling of being connected to each other and nature. Together we will embrace the earth with the wings of compassion and love. Meditation is to give time to nourish inner strength and resilience.

Green Angel Meditation

Join our online intentional group meditation to align our collective energy and let pure vibrations restore harmony and peace in the world. We will emerge the feeling of being connected to each other and nature. Together we will embrace the earth with the wings of compassion and love. Meditation is to give time to nourish inner strength and resilience.

The Matrix of Ritual

"Ritual is a powerful tool we were not taught to use consciously. Yet the day I discovered it, I decided to investigate deeper. A film project started. What can ritual offer to individuals? What value does ist have in community? Which powers may it contribute to the challenges we are facing?
After a short live introduction I will share the result with you, a 45 min documentary featuring Sobonfu Somé, Charles Eisenstein, Clinton Callahan, Brother David Steindl Rast among others. Afterwards there will be time for exchange and sharing. More infos under: Ritual Film

The Matrix of Ritual

"Ritual is a powerful tool we were not taught to use consciously. Yet the day I discovered it, I decided to investigate deeper. A film project started. What can ritual offer to individuals? What value does ist have in community? Which powers may it contribute to the challenges we are facing?
After a short live introduction I will share the result with you, a 45 min documentary featuring Sobonfu Somé, Charles Eisenstein, Clinton Callahan, Brother David Steindl Rast among others. Afterwards there will be time for exchange and sharing. More infos under: Ritual Film

Dance Pulse with Pavi

Join Pavi as she guides us through one hour of Pulse dance. Let us together create heart-centred space for connection, celebration, and grounding as a counterbalance to our workshop spaces.

Dance Pulse with Pavi

Join Pavi as she guides us through one hour of Pulse dance. Let us together create heart-centred space for connection, celebration, and grounding as a counterbalance to our workshop spaces.