If you’d like to immerse in yourself amidst utmost rural beauty, come join us at Feldgang near the Baltic Sea.
In a small group of up to 5 participants, we’ll spend 3 full days in deep concentration. If you bring a question that needs answers in your life, or set an intention, or heal some aspects of your life, we will work on that together.
Think of this retreat as a combination of progress meditation, systemic and individual coaching, cycle work, ocean walks, fireside chats and maybe a little jiggle. While you’ll benefit from sharings and exercises with others, the aim of the retreat is to deepen your personal practice and sharpen your vision. We’ll use the Conscious Cycle Kit as well as other practices from Dharma Art, Presencing, and Coyote Pedagogy. You’ll receive a package of lovingly compiled exercises and templates to take home with you.
This retreat will be tailored to your needs, so you can come as an early practitioner or experienced coach.
Are you part of a company and looking for a team retreat? Our format is proven to connect humans to each other, while working on themes that need addressing. Give us a call and we tailor 3 days with you.
Our location is 10km from the Baltic Sea, in between Wismar, Lübeck and Schwerin. It’s a brand new private retreat space on 8ha farm land, with homemade produce, a filtered water spring and a whole lot of natural beauty (meaning facilities, country and humans). We’ll provide a link as soon as their web presence goes live.
Our set price is exclusive of accommodation, wholesome organic meals, and filtered water. Once you book with us, we send you all the details about the location and how to book with them. The daily price at Feldgang for food and bedroom is 160€.
Generally we start Thursday at 10am and finish Saturday at 4pm (if you’d like to arrive one day early, or leave on Sunday, we can arrange it for you).
You can travel by train to Bobitz, where we’ll pick you up.
If you’re interested, please contact us, and we’ll send you more about it.
This course takes place with a minimum of 4 participants.