Join this year’s Anahata

We are super excited that you decided to join Anahata this year! You can register by following the link at the bottom of the page. But before you do, please read all of the following to fully understand what to expect from Anahata, and to get the most enjoyment out of this magical weekend in the sun.

Ground Rules

Even an event like Anahata needs a few rules to ensure an enjoyable and safe environment for all participants:

  • Respect everyone. This event is all about love and sharing.
  • Leave no trace.We leave the the space exactly as it was found or better. We even clean up any garbage possibly left by previous campers.
  • Absolutely no glass. Please bring your beverages in plastic or Tetrapak containers only. First of all, glass breaks and hurts, especially in the water. Also, we take all of our garbage back with us, and glass is heavy to lug there and back. And finally, you don’t want to be made fun of by a bunch of hippies, do you? ;)
  • No cigarette butts on the ground. Film canisters work best for collecting cigarette butts and emptying into garbage or fire.
  • No litter. Ideally, please take all garbage back with you. We are doing our best to minimize our plastic footprint – please help us out. In case you don’t have your own garbage bags on hand, there will be recycling and compost containers on site – please be attentive where you place what – do not mix compost, recycling and garbage.
  • Fires in designated fireplaces only.
  • Be responsible for yourself and your actions.
  • Have lots of fun! ;)


  • Please refrain from visiting nearby towns and communities, plan on staying at the campground for the duration of Anahata
  • Please use hand sanitizer before and after using the toilet, wash hands regularly
  • Please respect other participants 2m space and needs
  • No discrimination will be tolerated, including in relation to peoples views and opinions in relation to COVID. At the event we expect respect of participants current state and respect of current laws as well. Please refrain from discussing COVID during this weekend.

Things to bring

  • Swimsuit (just in case ;)) and towel (because you always gotta know where your towel is)
  • Percussions for drum and sound circles (djembes, bongos, maracas, bells, whistles… you name it!) chess
  • Sunscreen and sun hat
  • Bug repellent, or a bug net
  • Rain gear (just in case)
  • Camping gear (tent, mat, hammock, sleeping bag, tarp, etc.)
  • Personal toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, toilet paper in a plastic bag), hand sanitizer
  • Something warm to wear. Sometimes it does get chilly early in the morning.
  • Food or snacks to munch on during the day (a light breakfast and hearty dinner will be provided). Our communally-prepared meals are vegetarian. They are also vegan-freindly :)
  • Water. A good quantity is 2 litres per day per person, more if you plan to be ripping it up on the dance floor all night. ;) Stay hydrated!!
  • An offering: something small to give to the place, e.g ribbon, or beads, or incense, or flowers; be creative!
  • Dancing outfits, costumes
  • Decorations: fun lights, a contraption, a tapestry to hang on trees… you name it!
  • Your radiant smile, love, hugs (ask for consent), and inner beauty!

What to expect?

  • Camping in the woods for three days
  • Lots of music and dancing
  • Vegetarian breakfast and dinner
  • Workshops (yoga, meditation, curry making, and many others)!
  • Swimming
  • Great company
  • Sharing and participation

Sounds exciting?

Register Here

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