PROGRAMME ∞ BEYOND

What’s included

The gathering begins on Friday afternoon and ends on Sunday afternoon.

This is an alcohol free event  taking place entirely outdoors.

Daily wild swimming

We are blessed to have a clean and pure section of the Thames on our doorstep. Listed as one of the best wild swimming spots in UK. We will wake up with this cleansing & invigorating practice daily. 

Daily morning yoga class

Morning yoga will help us connect to the natural state of our body/mind…relaxed awareness, presence, peace. Expect embodied movement, Kundalini Yoga kriyas, pranayama breathwork, energy work, meditation.

Tree meditation

This is a great opportunity to learn effective methods of meditation with the help of the the embodied stillness and living wisdom of the trees which are our traditional and powerful supporters.

Forest bathing

The Art of Shinrin-Yoku (Forest Bathing) is a therapuetic technique of immersing oneself in nature to decompress from the stresses of modern living and rediscover the true self.

3 × Ayurvedic meals/day 

All our food is organic and locally sourced and lovingly prepared with your health and satisfaction in mind. We are so lucky to be surrounded by passionate and ethical growers!

Camping

Accommodation is provided on a secluded camping field next to the shores of the river. We have an option to rent tents which you can add before you checkout. Tents for rent are limited.

Kundalini Yoga Workshops

Transformational workshops in the stunning location with experienced teachers will allow to breath new life into our essence of being and create a lasting connection to a sense of inner contentment.

Kirtan

We are so lucky to have Hari and Madi with us who are deeply talented musicians. They will lead a heart opening collective performance of musical conversation and devotional chanting.

Story Telling / Poetry

Group Singing, world music Open Mic to get to know and tune in to each other. There will be opportunity to share your talents and with a group and co create if you feel inspired to in a moment.

Ayurvedic Assessment

Personal Ayurvedic Assessment of your constitution will be offered. Understanding of your own nature provides enhanced tool set for self healing and wellbeing.

Sacred Movement

Moving to the beat of the drums we guide you to unleash the dynamic healing power of movement and step into a state of surrender and joy.

Ayurvedic massage (cost)

There will be two professional therapists on site offering Ayurvedic massage and deeply healing bodywork. This will be offered at a reduced rate but is not included in the package price.

PROGRAMME

FRIDAY

  • 3-6pm Arrivals & Ayurvedic Doshas
  • 6.30pm Dinner
  • Music by the fire
  • Opening ceremony

SATURDAY

MORNING

  • Ishnan hydrotherapy in the Thames
  • Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Morning practice
  • Trees meditation

AFTERNOON

  • Live Wild and Free Yoga & Dance workshop

EVENING

  • Storytelling, poetry & group singing & open mic
  • Gong Bath

SUNDAY

MORNING

  • Kundalini Swim & water ceremony
  • Kundalini Yoga & Meditation Morning Practice

AFTERNOON (ending by 6pm)

  • Forest bathing
  • Meditation Class
  • Sacred Chanting & Closing circle
DIRECTIONS

LOCATION

Hardwick Campsite, Hardwick Rd, Reading, RG8 7RD

ROAD

The RG8 7RA postcode will get you most of the way.

Follow the postcode through the big black gates signposted Hardwick Estate. Continue along the drive, and take your first right after the horse paddocks, signposted for Real Tennis Court and Market Garden. Follow the road down and round to the left, until you reach the end. The entrance to the camping field will be through the gate on your right. Enter the field and park at the top alongside the fence. There will be someone to welcome you from 5pm on Friday.

TRAIN

Pangbourne train station is about a 35 minute walk away and only 40 minutes from Paddington/8 minutes from Reading. Please join the WhatsApp group to sort out taxi shares from the station.

CAMPING

 

Camping is on a secluded grassy field next to the shores of the river with composting toilets and fresh water.

Tents available to rent if you can not bring your own.

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WILD COMFORTS
  • sun-warmed refillable shower bags outdoors for rinsing off after wild swimming or to freshen up
    we ask no soaps please, so we can keep the land chemical-free
  • comfortable clean compost toilets that serve the site all year round
  • fresh running water for drinking and cleaning on tap
BRING YOUR OWN...

Camping 

  • Tent
  • Sleeping Mat
  • Sleeping bag
  • Blanket
  • Pillows
  • Socks 
  • Light for inside your tent 

Eating

  • Plate
  • Bowl 
  • Cup 
  • Cutlery 

Yoga

  • Yoga Mat 
  • Warm clothes for yoga in the morning, layers 
  • Blanket & Socks for relaxation 

General 

  • Walking boots/Wellington boots 
  • Rain coat, water proof trousers 
  • Hat & scarf for the evening 
  • Warm PJ’s 
  • torch/head torch 

Open Mic

A song, a poem, a story

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REFUND POLICY

REFUND POLICY

We will refund 50% of the cost of your ticket if you decide to cancel.

We will refund 93% of the ticket cost to you in the unlikely event of cancellation by us.

We do this to cover any costs we have incurred in preparation for the event. If you are unhappy with these terms let us know within 48 hours and we will refund you the full ticket price.

COVID 19
  • Only come if you are feeling healthy and well, and have not been experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19
  • Only come if you do not have someone vulnerable in your household or social bubble (the group of people with whom you have close physical contact)
  • Only come if you do not have someone who is isolating in your household or social bubble
  • Abide by Government guidelines current at the time of the event with regards to public behaviour around COVID-19 (social distancing etc)
  • Please bring your own plates and eating utensils for food service
  • Please ensure that you are at least 2m in every direction away from any other tent or live-in vehicle. If in doubt please ask the campsite stewards.
  • There will be plenty of hand washing facilities
  • Any adult with children is responsible for their own children including ensuring adequate social distancing and that they regularly wash their hands.