Circulation 2019

February 15-17 2019 @ Camp Kiwanis Silver Springs Florida

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

Schedule

February 15, 2019

Gates open 10:00 am

1:00 pm Building the Sacred Mandala from the Earth with instructor Victoria Andelucia. 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.

CIRCULATION – Hoop/Frame/Shaman Drum Building Workshop – February 15 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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) More details will be posted soon.

4:00 pm : Meditation Styles and Techniques Explained by Sandy Palmer, owner of Wise Mountain Yoga.

5:00 pm : Dinner

7:00 pm : Meet & Greet 

8:00 pm All Night (free form) Drum Circle 

10:00 pm : Crystal Bowls with Amariliz Gonzalez


February 16, 2019

9:00 am : Pyramid Yoga with Instructor Ocianna  Michelle Calling

10:00 am : 9 Breath Circle Meditation with Instructor Kate Morgan. 

What is Breathing?
     Science+ Spirituality = Reality
      Discussion of basic science of breathing, focused breathing, intent behind it, visualization, release..etc.
The intimacy of breathing (The Doctor Who Revelation)
        Discussion of what you are actually doing when you share breath, connection, realization..etc.
 
The demonstration and explanation of the 9 Breath Method (and Warriors Breath )
9 Breath practice and 9 Breath Circle

1:00 pm : ACU – 6 Point Energy Balance with instructor Autumn Schwartz. 

ACU-6 Point Energetic Release Technique 
Autumn, Katie, and Eddy will be showing you how to release the energy within your body with these six acupressure points that you can take home to share with your family. It’s a simple easy way to release muscle and mental tension (sleep, jitters, headaches) in all ages. 
If you have a cot or beach lounger that will lay flat, please bring it. This will get you off the ground and be able to put your legs under it while holding the points!

2:30 pm : The Power of the Hand Clap with Vanessa Fuller.

4:00 pm : Tribal Dance with Jenenne Bottaro 

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.

  1. This process starts with dancing. The drum circle will be facilitated. Drummers will begin with a slow and trance inducing rhythm. The tempo will move to a climax slowly, allowing the dancers a transition from a slow dance into the “ecstatic” dance. The “ecstatic” dance removes any substantial energy that may cause you to twitch or move or be distracting during the meditation experience. The drum circle will then be brought back down to the original rhythm.
  2. The dancers are then escorted to the meditation space provided inside the building. The escorts play their instruments and sing to the dancers. This builds a bridge between the world of the drum circle and the meditation space.
  3. Dancers are then brought into the meditation space. This space is a facilitated experience with Gongs, Chimes and Didgeridoos.
  4. After the meditation experience is over, you will then circulate back into the drum circle, where you will then drum for the next group of dancers.

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 : to be announced…

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.


Admission

Paralounge Inc. withholds the right to deny any person or group to this event. All sales are final. No refunds. If you purchase an admission you agree to be aware that a photographer is present and your image may be used by Paralounge Inc.


Admission Transaction

Important! Upon making your Admission purchase with Paypal, you will receive a confirmation from Paypal. You will receive an e-mail from Paralounge within a short period of time to confirm your purchase. You will notreceive a ticket in the mail. The Paralounge e-mail will confirm your name is on the list at the gate when you arrive.

Important! Be sure to enter ALL names that will be claiming admission at the gate. The “Names for Registration” is located on the Paypal link, here on this page. (see image here for reference)

Photo ID Required to claim ANY online purchase.

Important! When you buy your admission to the Paralounge Inc. event, you agree to the following terms: 

ASSUMPTION OF THE RISKS: I hereby freely assume all risks that are part of this activity, and any harm, injury or loss that may occur to me or my property as a result of my participation in the Activity or during any transportation to or from the Activity—including any injury or loss caused by the negligence of Paralounge Inc, its employees, agents and officers, its contractors, and other Activity participants. I also understand that any equipment that I provide or may borrow or rent from Paralounge Inc. or any other provider I use at my own risk and that any such equipment is provided without any warranty about its condition or suitability.

RELEASE OF LIABILITY: I hereby RELEASE Paralounge Inc, its employees, agents, officers, and contractors, the providers of any equipment used in the Activity, land owners, municipal or governmental providers of use permits, and their respective employees, officers, and directors (“the Released Parties”) FROM ALL LIABILITIES, CAUSES OF ACTION, CLAIMS AND DEMANDS that arise in any way from any injury, death, loss or harm that occur to me or to any other person or to any property during the Activity or in any way related to the Activity, including during transportation to or from the Activity. This RELEASE includes claims for the negligence of the Released Parties and claims for strict liability for abnormally dangerous activities. This RELEASE does not extend to claims for gross negligence, intentional or reckless misconduct, or any other liabilities that Washington law does not permit to be excluded by agreement. I also agree NOT TO SUE or make a claim against the Released Parties for death, injuries, loss or harm that occur during the Activity or are related in any way to the Activity.

USE OF MY LIKENESS: I understand that during the Activity I may be photographed or videotaped. To the fullest extent allowed by law, I waive all rights of publicity or privacy or pre-approval that I have for any such likeness of me or use of my name in connection with such likeness, and I grant to Paralounge Inc. and its assigns permission to copyright, use, and publish (including by electronic means) such likeness of me, whether in whole or part, in any form, without restrictions, and for any purpose.


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. 


No Pet Policy

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. 

 

 


RV Parking

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

$60 per person before February 1, 2019.

After February 1, 2019 this Admission Price will change to $70 per person.


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$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.


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Lodging Options

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.

Women’s Side


Women’s Single Bunk



Men’s Side


Men’s Single Bunk



 

After February 1, 2019 the admission price changes.

$70.00 per adult