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Society is built up in systems and groups; we are all part of many communities – our country; our city; our local community and our family. Your family is your first group of belonging.

Join us over the Easter weekend to creatively explore our family; to play with the puzzle of our family, how it was; how it is. We’ll be using stories; art-making and relaxation exercises. We’ll discover more about ourselves by looking anew at where we came from. Adults are invited to have a fresh look at their family’s dynamics. Tara Rokpa exercises will be offered, which encourage reflection but not sharing, to guide the process.

Easter Camp at TRC is traditionally is a family affair and a “come as you are party”. The whole family is welcome and there will be a programme for children as well as adults. Individuals are also welcome to attend as part of the TRC family. And of course, we will have the customary Easter Egg hunt on Easter Sunday.

There will also be a chance for some caring attention to the body in the form of mindful movement and caring touch. Other activities include morning meditation and walks in the beautiful TRC surrounds, swimming, mountain biking, birding, star-gazing, singing around the camp fire, or just sleeping for those with over busy, stressful lives!



   R 3 000

Teen 1

   R 2 000

Teen 2, 3 etc

   R 1 500

Age 3 – 12

   R 500



Costs include 4 nights’ accommodation, all meals and a contribution to the facilitator’s expenses. Please don’t let a lack of finance prevent you from attending – please contact us for options.

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A non-refundable but transferrable deposit of 50% to secure the accommodation of your choice.


Your facilitators:

B.Soc.Sc., MSS, M.Sc. Trish is a registered clinical social work therapist and is currently working in private practice in Harare. She has lectured at the University of Zimbabwe and is currently the Senior Tara Rokpa Therapist representing Africa. Traveling extensively throughout Southern Africa and Europe, she is a widely sought after and much-loved facilitator and therapist.


Jayne Pilossof has been involved with Tara Rokpa Therapy for over 20 years and completed her 5 year training to become a Therapist in 2014.




Pippa Cope was involved in caring professions during her formal working years, and since retirement has been the manager of Tara Rokpa Centre, until her second recent retirement. She now devotes herself to environmental and community work in the area. She is authorized to facilitate aspects of the Tara Rokpa process and is a trained Donna Farhi Yoga facilitator with a growing interest in the benefits of Somatic Movement.