Due to the nature of intimacy, transformation, and connection, the festival is a closed container. We start the journey together and we…ideally…end it together.
Please plan to stay on-site during the festival as re-entry is not permitted. You can leave whenever you want, but re-entry is not permitted.
Arrival is between 3-5 pm on Thursday, Sep 7. The opening ceremony starts at 5:30 pm.
The festival ends at 2 pm on Sunday, Sep 10. Lunch will be served for anyone wishing to grab a bite before the drive home. and the opening ceremony is at XX PM. Please arrive and settle in before then.
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 seafood.
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.
How Tantra is practiced and what it looks like is different for each person. As well, there are different philosophies of Tantra.
This festival is open to people of any age, background and culture who are open to the experience of Tantra, in all its shades.
If you are open to experiencing depth and Divinity in love, relationships, pleasure, communication, connection within the self and with others, then you are absolutely welcome to the event.
You are also welcome, if you are open to learning and spiritual practices of any kind are new to you. The festival has many offerings and is a great place to safely try things to see if they resonate with you and if you enjoy them. There will be others like you there.
Generally, people who do not find resonance with our festival are those who are simply not open to our offerings for a variety of personal and societal reasons. We believe that is okay. We will be here if and when you are ready at a later time.
If your attendance is based on the understanding that this is a spiritual sex camp, please know this is NOT the case. Some folks may be releasing traumas on their journey to wholeness while others may be open to playing and exploring. Everyone is expected to hold and express their boundaries and openness.
The cornerstones of this festival are consent, developing healthy boundaries, and communication.
Nudity and intimate touch are optional parts of this festival and are restricted to the relevant workshops, as well as the area by the beach dock.
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.
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.
*A plant medicine workshop is offered but it’s a guided and secure container.
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.