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Warmly welcome to Ängsbacka!

We shared a beautiful festival summer and now we are stepping in to the course season.

The FESTIVALS at Ängsbacka are running throughout the year and aims to inspire people in their personal and spiritual development as well as promoting a more sustainable lifestyle. Each festival has its own characteristics.

We also offer a variety of COURSES & RETREATS in different areas such as shamanism, meditation, tantra and personal development.

The VOLUNTEER program offers a daily structure based on spiritual practice, community spirit and working meditation.

During the, fall, winter and spring Ängsbacka is home to a number of all-year-round staff members and short- and long-term volunteers who run and manage all operations on site, while there are courses and trainings here.

In the summer Ängsbacka opens up for more volunteers to join the flow. Together we build up the summer site and gather positive energy for the manifestation of our festivals.


 

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If you have an interest in life from the heart, in organic farming and vegetarian food, in eco-communities or the organisation of large international events then apply to become an European Voluntary Service volunteer during 2017!

Deadline is on 15th of September,  Apply now!



Courses coming up

fourpi8 – 11 September 2016

Four Pillars of Tantra

with Estera Saraswati & Zenon D. Dorje

This experiential weekend workshop will introduce you to the unique method called Four Pillars of Tantra, created by Estera Saraswati and Zenon D. Dorje. It is a fast track into the essence of Tantra, a path of embodied spirituality and ecstatic self-liberation from matrix illusions. Read more about Four Pillars of Tantra


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Thai Yoga Massage Retreat

with Boris and Nina / AcroBhakti

Thai yoga massage is a traditional art practiced since time immemorial in Thailand. Young and old receive the work. It is a buddhistic tradition at its root with some clear influences from chinese medicine, ayurveda and yoga. The massage is performed with clothing, without oil, and using a combination of pressure, stretching, rocking, traction and compression. Gravity and mindfulness are the main tools and beyond all the health benefits it is a meditation of loving kindness. A graceful dance of giving and receiving which at its best inspires body mind and soul to heal.  Read more about Thai Yoga Massage Retreat