How can your intention effect the dance and camp experience of you and the people around you?
Every camp we have a central theme to inspire teachers and participants. Themes like ‘play‘, ‘silence‘, ‘freedom‘, ‘YES‘, ‘intimacy‘ help to create a special experience.
What is happening during the camp?
At the camp we offer 12 to 15 workshops a day for you free to choose. We ask the teachers to be inspired by the camp theme. This way we get often the most refreshing or magical workshops. We really want the camp to be a social event. So we encourage you to take classes and dance with many different partners. Teachers will invite you to swap partners at the workshops, but only if you like.
We will help you to find partners during the day and evening. We even have a wall with photos of each participant so you easily can identify partners you are looking for.
Tango can be more than dancing and having fun. Often we also encounter more ’inner’ issues, such as ’intimacy’, ’how to be playful again’, ’saying yes or no’, ’showing more of yourself’, ’how to change your patterns’, ’becoming more open or receptive’, ’how to take care of yourself in a group’, etc.
Once a day everybody who likes it is coming together and Paras will guide the group through these kind of themes. Often with a smile, sometimes crazy and possibly very touching and more silent. You never know. We like sometimes to come together at the end of the gathering to share in smaller family groups. For many participants these gatherings are one of the highlights of the camp.
When the weather allows we go one day to a nearby lake and have an outside milonga in the water.
Just hanging out, making fun, have a workshop in the water and dance in the lake.
Siatsu treatments are offered by Sacha Jeffay (UK) and diverse combined treatments by Réka Horosz (HU).