Family Easter Camp 2021
April 2 @ 1:00 pm - April 5 @ 2:00 pm
Easter Camp this year will be a relaxed weekend with optional fun activities guided by a team of facilitators. The retreat starts with lunch on Good Friday and ends with lunch on Easter Monday. Activities include:
- Playing with Art Materials
- Guided Relaxation exercises
- Singing and Body Percussion
- Mindful Movement Qigong
- Restorative Yoga
- Swimming at the Waterfall, the Eye, or the farm-style pool
- Roasting marshmallows around the campfire
- Easter Egg Hunt
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.
The costs include all meals from lunch on Friday to lunch on Monday. The fees include a contribution to the facilitator’s expenses and an optional R60 environmental fee.
|Age 3 – 12||R600|
You are welcome to stay from Thursday 1 April – additional accommodation fees apply.
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.
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.
Adéle Smith is a Wellbeing Practitioner and mother of a teenage daughter Amber. They are both lovers of nature and of Tara Rokpa’s easter camps. Adéle loves to supports individuals and families to improve their health, wellbeing & relationships; and to deepen their connections with nature, themselves & all of life. She practices as a Qigong & Tai Chi teacher, as well as a Indigenous Wellbeing Practitioner, supporting people to restore, rejuvenate and strengthen the natural flow of life force energy, through integrating body, mind, heart and breath.
Wendy Newstadt is presently choir teacher at Parkview Senior and has taught music and dance here and in New York. She is also a performing musician who plays regularly mostly in and around Joburg. She is Orff Music certified.
Sharon Benatar is a registered Clinical Psychologist and has over 16 years’ experience. Sharon has over 20 years in corporate and NGO working experience. She runs a full time practice in Randpark Ridge, Johannesburg. She facilitates relaxation/stress workshops, and creative self-expression workshops with specific themes. Sharon has also completed several levla of the Tara Rokpa Therapy Modules under the guidance of Senior TR therapists.