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WILDHOOD
BUSH CAMP DANCE IMMERSION

Dance with nature and feed your soul! Relight your fire and take a walk on your WILD side as you dance under the sky immersed in your true nature playing amongst Earth's true nature! 

FRIDAY Nov 4 - MONDAY Nov 7 2022

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THE EXPERIENCE

Join workshop facilitators Willow J Conway and Louise Flaherty for a fully catered 4-day

immersion of dance/movement, yoga, beach and nature walks, bushcraft and group sharing

amongst the pristine 670 acre private property bushland of Warilbin (just near Innes

National Park) - a magical part of South Australia!

Dance with nature and feed your soul! Ignite your fire and allow YOUR true nature to

play amongst EARTH'S true nature! Surround yourself with incredible coastline &

secluded beaches, stunning bush and starry night skies.


With a 20+ year practice in dance, butoh, yoga, burlesque, acting and theatre making, Willow will guide you through a series of workshops where you'll explore natures elements of water, fire, earth and air to connect with your true nature. Here you'll discover connectedness through playful explorations to further enhance your dance/movement vocabulary. During the 4-days we will be nurtured in the nature of the land, sea and sky to inform our movement and bring them into play. In smaller groups we'll create a short work to share with the each other.
Get ready to embody the environment, to step into your true nature and take a walk on your wild side!

With a 25+ year practice in counselling, the owner and creator of Little Big Bush Camps, Louise Flaherty, will share her vast knowledge of bushcraft to allow you step out of your "normal" environment and re-discover yourself in natures environment. Through acknowledging areas of your life where you face challenges, Louise will bring you into a space where you'll have the chance for reflection and future visioning, giving space for you to move through challenges, let go, and step into a more meaningful and connected life. Here you can be in a place where resilience, connection and self identity are strengthened.
Are you ready to re-light your fire? Come on baby, re-light your fire!

 

LOCATION


Warilbin is a 670 acre private wildlife protected property backing onto Innes National Park (near Browns Beach).
Exact location and directions will be given upon booking.
Arrival and set up Friday 12-3pm

FACILITIES


We will be using a bush kitchen.
All meals are provided (Vegetarian). When you book in you'll have the option to list any dietary requirements eg Vegan, gluten-free.

This is a DRUG & Alcohol free event, however we will provide some local wine to share in moderation on the last night.

To allow for a true nature immersion this is BUSH camping. You are required to bring your own swag, tent, sleeping bag etc. Upon booking we will provide a list of what to bring.

There are toilets and cold water bush showers, but you are welcome to have a "bush wash" with warm water. Yep! Its true bush style camping!

Let us know if you have any challenges being able to bush camp - let us know e.g. tent, or access

 

COST
$485 Early Bird offer until Sun Oct 2.
$595 Full fee after Oct 3.

An $80 deposit is required upon booking to secure your spot. The balance will then be split into 2 payments to be made prior Oct 16.

The immersion is strictly limited to 20 participants so book in early to secure your spot in this unique nature experience.

 

 

DAILY PROGRAM INCLUDES
Morning Yoga
Silent Walks
Nature Dance Discovery Workshops
Performance/Art Creating
Bushcraft Skills Building
Circle Sharing Fun Times
Night Time Fire Chats

It most definitely won't include Kumbaya around the fire but we do encourage you to bring instruments and play/sing other songs!

You will have free time for journaling, beach walks, reading and hanging out.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT


We acknowledge that this event is taking place on the land of the Nharangga People and we acknowledge the Nharangga People as the traditional owners and custodians on the land in which Warilbin sits. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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