No. Nuff said.
No. You are not required to wear a mask indoors.
However, you are a sovereign being. If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask, that decision will be honoured and supported.
You will receive a credit for next year’s festival or any other event or training offered by Love & Ecstasy.
If public health guidelines change and we need to cancel the festival, you will be fully refunded.
Delicious and nutritious meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) plus snacks will be provided.
The menu will predominantly be vegetarian, with vegan options and some meat and fish.
We do our best to accommodate* food allergies/sensitivities such as dairy and gluten-free intolerances.
*You will have the opportunity to share your dietary needs when registering. But we will only be able to guarantee accommodation if received 2 weeks prior to the festival.
The cornerstones of this festival are consent, developing healthy boundaries, and communication.
Nudity and intimate touch are optional parts of this festival.
You can experience this festival fully clothed and without touching another person.
You are always at choice and the facilitators will help you navigate what is authentic for you.
A list of must brings and suggested brings will be provided in your registration package, which will be shared about 10 days before the festival.
Unfortunately, no. We do, however, allow guide dogs and will make allowances for emotional support animals. Please contact us to discuss this further.
Maybe a little…..a couple of our workshops have material costs attached to them. These sessions may charge between $10-$20. And our Festival Store accepts cash. But generally, we recommend leaving all other valuables at home or in your car.
The weekend is an opportunity to disconnect….so you can connect.
To support you in this, Wi-Fi will only be available in and around our main meeting building.
This is an alcohol and drug-free festival*. We request that you not to bring alcohol or drugs to the festival. Not honouring this could get you booted out.
*Plant medicine workshops will be offered but these are guided and secure containers.
No. Workshop and class participation will be on a first come, first served basis (if capacity limitations exist).
And there’s plenty of room for all to attend talks.
There will be, however, a couple more advanced workshops that will require signing up once you’re onsite.
Also, the plant medicine sessions will have a small additional fee for materials.