FAQ

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No, volunteers do not generally have free access to the course program. Occassionally, workshop leaders may offer volunteers a chance to join a morning practice, for example, yoga or mediation, or give an evening talk or mini workshop, however this is not so frequent. Instead of this, the volunteers have their own activity program, which includes a variety of yoga, meditation, dance and other spiritual practices throughout the week.

No, volunteers do not generally have free access to the course program. Occassionally, workshop leaders may offer volunteers a chance to join a morning practice, for example, yoga or mediation, or give an evening talk or mini workshop, however this is not so frequent. Instead of this, the volunteers have their own activity program, which includes a variety of yoga, meditation, dance and other spiritual practices throughout the week.

 

The minimum length of stay is three days.

 

Depending on your working group and the time of year, there are a few things to consider:

Outside of the winter season, you need to dress for all weathers if working in the vegetable garden, park or site team. This means sunhats and sunscreen in the summer, as the sun can be suprisingly strong, and woolly hats and waterproofs in the spring to autumn season (summers can also sometimes be wet and cold!). It is also helpful to bring a pair of work boots and gloves, as we may not have so many in your size.

In winter time you will not be working outside so much, but it still good to have a pair of warm boots and winter coat, along with a hat, gloves and scarf, as it usually snows between December and March in this part of Sweden, and daytime temperatures are routinely well below zero! It can also therefore be more comfortable for you in the winter if you have a couple of sets of long, thermal underwear!