Activities unfold in both our coliving space and the ecovillage laboratory.
We strive to ensure that one of these places always serves as a retreat. On weekdays, when the house might be imbued with focused work energy, the valley provides secluded hideaway spaces.
Conversely, during weekends when the valley might come more alive with guests or parties, we make an effort to maintain a relaxed atmosphere in the Resonance Hub. This guarantees that the space continues to offer a retreat within the inner community circle.
While some activities are clearly planned and coordinated by our team, many are designed as open spaces for co-creation within the community context.
Activities in the Resonance Hub
In the co-living house, weekdays are designated for specific activities. This arrangement is intentional, considering the highly interconnected nature of our community space. Particularly, activities with higher noise levels are synchronized with everyone's needs and confined to a well-defined time frame.
All schedules are subject to modification based on community consensus, allowing flexibility and adaptability to the evolving preferences and needs of our residents.
|Talking Stick circle
|Afternoon into the night
|chill in the house
|chill in the house
Activities in Valle de Sensaciones
The activities in our Ecovillage Laboratory are partially programmed, as reflected in our calendar. However, beyond these planned activities, new endeavors can always arise based on communal resonance or spontaneously organize in response to initiatives or demands.
Here are some typical offerings:
- Hot Tub on New Moon
- Lunatic Celebration on Full Moon
- Talking stick every Friday or Saturday
- every weekend potentially vivid social dynamic: additional guests, dancing, celebrations, workshops
- every two weeks: Cuban Garden with Roche: learning and working, learning spanish and theater-action
- at least once per cycle: thematic introduction tours around the valley: permaculture, natural building, eco-technologies, project-history
- at least once per cycle: medicine wheel ceremony