We will be offering a daily schedule of teachings and community activities and we encourage everyone to engage wholeheartedly with this framework during the camp. A typical day may look like this:
- Movement and meditation
- Morning session
- Village Gathering
- Open time
- Afternoon session
- Community activities, which may include songs, dancing, story telling, time around the campfire, star gazing…..
General Camp Guidelines
We are a small, intimate camp with total participants limited to 40 adults, 20 children and 20 workers.
In order to create the possibility of deepening into common-unity, and to support the running of the camp, we ask that all participants commit to arriving on the first day and staying for the whole duration of the camp, i.e. until lunchtime on the last day.
The Beautiful Venue
This secluded site exudes both the peace and wildness of Dartmoor. It is surrounded by hills, trees and bordered by the bubbling ‘Holy Brook’. We are within easy walking distance of the River Dart, with its swimming places and wooded walks, as well as the open moor and its magical wildness. We bathe in the stream and use especially made ‘earth latrine’ loo’s. We have large Yurts, marquees and several geodomes for sessions and meetings.
We cook communally in our well equipped field kitchen, using mainly local organic vegetables and vegetarian wholefoods. We try and cater for special diets as much as possible.
The children have their own dome and games and activities are offered for children aged three and above for the morning and afternoon sessions.