While we’ve hosted both on-site and online events over the past few months, we are now so delighted to be reopening to guests and participants in a much more significant way.
The joy and gratitude we feel about once again sharing The Park, Cluny, Iona and Erraid are echoed throughout our local and global community.
Findhorn Experience Week has been loved by thousands of participants over the decades, with many seeing it as a significant turning point in their lives. Right now Cluny is bustling with activity, getting everything ready for the first intake of participants on 21 March.
Experience Week will run roughly every two weeks through the year, with some additional weeks possible during the summer. ‘Integration Time’ is a new feature – subject to availability, participants can book extra nights after their week to deepen and integrate this transformative time.
Covid regulations and health and safety measures will continue to be in place as we welcome a greater number of guests.
On-site workshops are returning
Apart from Experience Week, we have 15 (and counting) other on-site workshops currently planned for the year: several from FICS (Findhorn International Centre for Sustainability), six eco/regenerative/permaculture or food-based workshops, and a number of major live events, including an Easter gathering, the summertime Sacred Dance Festival, and various benefits organised by our Philanthropy team.
There are Transformation Games, coaching and mentoring skills training, and opportunities to rent properties in The Park for tailor-made private retreats. The Findhorn Bay Care Farm partnership continues on a weekly basis. We will update you as we have more to share!
Online events prove a success
We have already reopened online, starting early in the year with Love in Action, the last in the popular Findhorn Talks webinar series.
Our Online Lead, Cathy Garner, launched a FICS event with Robin Alfred earlier this month, Leading from the Future. This was a breakthrough online event as FICS participants have previously shown a strong preference for place-based events here at Findhorn.
On 17 February, we had an evening benefit event with William Bloom, and in response to the many who wish to experience the essence of the Findhorn eco community but aren’t yet able to visit, the 28th marks the start of an exciting new four-month online workshop, Creating Findhorn Where You Are.
New workshops and events are being added to the calendar all the time, so please look out for our (redesigned) monthly newsletter – or join the mailing list if you haven’t yet done so.
We look forward to co-creating the Magic of Findhorn with you – whether in-person or online – and strengthening our global network of light together.