February 15-17 2019 @ Camp Kiwanis Silver Springs Florida
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Enjoy a weekend of personal growth.
This event does not promote any religious beliefs or practices. Each workshop and presentation is focused on building tools for your physical and spiritual awareness.
Participate in a Drum Circle with Spiritual Intent
Experience Sonic Bathing with Gongs, Singing Bowls, Chimes and Didgeridoos
Study Yourself – Connect – Begin To Work At Your Full Potential
February 15, 2019
Gates open 10:00 am
1:00 pm Building the Sacred Mandala from the Earth with instructor Victoria Andalucia. Enjoy exploring creativity inspired by sacred geometry. Participants will gather items from the surrounding forest for ingredients.
1:00 pm Building the Frame Drum with Instructor Wolf Murphy. (This workshop requires a fee and preregistration) Follow the Link provided below.
2:30 pm : Spirit of the Didgeridoo with Instructor Jeremy Lembo. Learn the techniques used with the Australian Didgeridoo to create “Sound Bath” experience.
2:30 pm : Building the Medicine Rattle . Build your own sacred instrument. (This workshop requires a $10 fee and pre registration) This is considered a “Sacred” Instrument. You will be immersed in the process of creating your own instrument for spiritual practices. These instruments require a lot of personalized craftsmanship.
Ingredients you need to construct your Medicine Rattle.
- The handle: Put a lot of thought into what you want the handle to be made out of. Do you have a special tree? An antler from an animal. The handle from your mother’s favorite broom. The more personal and special the better!
- The insides: What do you put in the rattle? Put a lot of thought into it! The sound may not matter as much as the ingredients, if you have a strong connection to it. A very small crystal! Suggestion… sleep with a crystal under your pillow, take it with you everywhere, meditate on it. Then put it in your shaker.
Paralounge will provide:
- Pieces of goat skin to create the body of the shaker.
- Crafting supplies, such as, beads, paint and thread.
- The construction time varies. Must allow drying time, before completing some of the process.
Instructor, Summer Van Mun will inspire you and guide you through the process of creating a very special instrument.
Only 20 Participants!
Must pre register! Once 20 participants have paid to participate, the button will be removed.
4:00 pm : Meditation Styles and Techniques Explained by Sandy Palmer, owner ofWise Mountain Yoga. Learn about the different techniques for practicing meditation and understand what meditation does for you.
5:00 pm : Dinner
7:00 pm : Meet & Greet Greetings and we welcome you together, set the intent and focus ourselves for a unique experience for the incredible weekend planned ahead.
8:00 pm All Night (free form) Drum Circle
10:00 pm : Crystal Bowls with Amariliz Gonzalez. Enjoy the sounds of the crystal bowls. Bring a yoga mat or blanket to use if you would like to take advantage of this opportunity to meditate to these beautiful vibrations.
February 16, 2019
9:00 am : Pyramid Yoga with Instructor Ocianna Michelle Calling
10:00 am : 9 Breath Circle Meditation with Instructor Kate Morgan.
1:00 pm : ACU – 6 Point Energy Balance with instructor Autumn Schwartz.
2:30 pm : The Power of the Voice with Vanessa Fuller. Learn about the empowerment of chanting. Explore your natural gift and empower your spirit by using your unique ability to be a creator of sacred sounds.
4:00 pm : Tribal Dance with Jenenne Bottaro Learn to connect yourself with your animal spirit. Express your strength through movement and find that place in the rhythm that empowers you!
7:00 pm : Orientation for “Circulation” Ceremony:
We use the term “Circulation” to define the bodily function and Social movement. The Circulation Ceremony is a unique approach to a meditation experience. Each participant will sign up for a there turn to circulate through a process.
- This process starts with dancing. According to the number of participants will determine the number of cycles. Each participant will sign up for a cycle. Example: Each time a group is brought into the “Meditation Space”, we will start a new cycle. So if you end up on the 3rd cycle. You must keep track of when it is your turn to dance, therefore you will know when you are taken into the “meditation space”.
- Each cycle will begin and end as the “Escort” approaches the drum circle and announces the new cycle. Example: An “Escort” will be sent to the circle, from the meditation space, to collect the next group for the next cycle. The dancers then follow the “escort” to the “meditation space”.
- Dancers are then brought into the meditation space. This space is a facilitated experience with Gongs, Chimes and Didgeridoos. The “Escorts” then return to the drum circle and drum for the next cycle. Those who are ending their “Meditation” will be asked to wait for the end of the next cycle, therefore becoming “Escorts”. At the end of the “meditation”, the “Escorts” then journey to the drum circle to collect the next group of dancers.
Example: Drum circle will start. The first group will dance (group A). They will be summoned to the meditation space. The dancers leave the drum circle, while the drum circle continues, and go to the “Meditation Space”. Meanwhile, the second group of dancers (group B) enter the drum circle and begin dancing, while the prior group (group A) is meditating.
Once the Meditation time is over, that group of people (group A) will be asked to wait for the next group to finish the “Meditation”(group B). Then they (group A) will be asked to retrieve the next group of dancers (group C) from the drum circle. Once those dancers enter the “Meditation Space”, those escorts (group A) will enter the drum circle and play music for the next group of dancers. etc…
You dance, then meditate, wait for the next group of people meditating to finish, then you escort the new group into the meditation space. Then you enter the drum circle and play for the rest of the groups circulating.
Dancing time and Meditation time will be roughly 15 minutes.
Please do not participate in any part of the activities if you feel it is uncomfortable or a risk to your health. During any part of this experience, you are not required to sit, lay down or dance beyond your capability. Your health is more important and we will accommodate the situation to help you feel more comfortable.
Each person will dance, meditate, drum and escort. Each movement through the process circulates the experience through a personal and community awareness.
The “Circulation” ceremony is created to bring you a unique and personal experience. There are no religious beliefs included in the ceremony. You bring your own intention. It is your personal space within a community that is there to support you.
8:00 pm Begin the “Circulation” ceremony.
10:00 pm Free Form Drum Circle
February 17, 2019
9:00 am : Intro to Reiki with instructor Victoria Andalucia
10:00 am : Rhythm Church with your host Clinton Tipton. Participate in creating music with the intention to heal. This is a non-religious workshop.
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Day Pass Policy
We apologize for the inconvenience. We do not have single day passes. We do not have the resources available to separate campers from non campers.
Paralounge Inc. and Camp Kiwanis have a No Pet Policy.We love our animal companions, but we ask you to leave them at home. Trained “Service Animals” that provide services for persons with disabilities are always accepted.
Please send us an e-mail if you are bringing an RV. Camp Kiwanis does not have accommodations for RV hook ups. We have limited space for parking, therefore we park the RVs along the treeline. RVs must park organized and close to each other to allow enough room. Only small and quite generators may be used. Please arrive during daylight hours to insure easy access to parking area.
FRIENDS are there to help. Whenever you need help at the Paralounge, whether it be questions or assistance. The bright yellow shirts make it easy to find a FRIEND. We are more than happy to help your Paralounge experience be stress free.
Admission Includes: Primitive Camping / Workshops (unless otherwise specified) / Drum Circle & Ceremony
Only 200 admissions will be sold!
$60 per person before February 1, 2019.
After February 1, 2019 this Admission Price will change to $70 per person.
$25.00 per child 12 years and younger.
Important!! We encourage children to attend. Children should be well behaved and act responsibly. Many of the workshops during this event require silence and controlled environment. Children must not be disruptive.
Please visit our Camping and Lodging Page here on the website to familiarize yourself with the facility, what it offers and details about Bunk Houses.
We have single bunks available for those who do not wish to camp. We have a Women’s bunkhouse and a Men’s bunkhouse. Men and Women sleep in separate areas.
After February 1, 2019 the admission price changes.
$70.00 per adult
Wolverine Concessions does a wonderful job making sure we enjoy our meals. The menu is vegetarian friendly and also accommodates meat as well. You do not have to purchase a meal plan to eat from the kitchen. BUT… the meal plan will save you money and help us get an early estimate for planning the weekend.
Café (all day)
Hamburger & Chips
Quesadilla – Cheese / Chicken / Veggie
Bourbon Chicken & Rice
Veggie Stir Fry
Black Beans & Rice
Friday – Mahi Grilled / Blackened
Saturday – Pasta & Mushroom Alfredo & Salad
Texas Toast Sandwich
Veggie, Egg, Cheese Wrap
Biscuit & Gravy