This off-the-grid camping retreat high in a magnificent canyon above the small artist village of Magdalena, offers both practical hands-on natural building experience along with fabulous experiential health and wellness learning.
During the 5-day retreat you will:
1. Work on, and learn how to build an earth-friendly cob cottage for pennies on the dollar (we'll be making bottle bricks and using them as well).
2. Plaster an earth pizza oven and get to bake bread and cook in it.
4. Participate in an experiential program to help you build the health and life of your dreams.
5. Awaken your creativity.
6. Go rock-hounding for magnificent crystals.
7. Learn to implement at least 10 of the astonishing longevity secrets of people who live to 100+ (centenarians).
8. Be nurtured with simple but *wholesome meals, eaten the way centenarians eat.
9. Enjoy the sun on your back, the incredible bejeweled night sky, the great outdoors and off-the-grid living.
10. Live close to mother earth and her rhythms and enjoy a sense of slowed down spaciousness.
11. Fall into bed deliciously tired from having had an active body.
12. Share rich connections and build lasting friends under the stars around a campfire.
13. Be immersed in 360 beauty to feed and nurture your soul.
14. You will indulge your playful spirit, and have fun.
Price includes simple and nourishing meals*, snacks, teas and coffees, a spot to camp.
*Due to the remoteness of this location we are unable to cater for specific dietary requirements but meals do offer vegetarian options.
This is a $650 value but you'll only pay for food (and the costs of getting someone there and having them prepare it). Once you've completed the workshop, if you feel it was worth nothing to you - you'll pay nothing extra. Otherwise you can choose to donate any figure you feel it was worth. Anything additional you pay will go towards restoring the land 'The Sanctuary' is built on with the longer term aim of putting it into a Land Trust for future generations to enjoy. For example the last participants contributions went to buying a culvert.
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