About Us



Our community is located in the Coromandel, 15 min North of Thames. Up in the hills, surrounded by native bush, and looking out into the ocean, we have a small number of residents and volunteers living in a big house and a few cabins. We have a studio for classes, personal practices and communal events, and host regular workshops, ceremonies, sharing circles, bonfires, music, dance, healing practices, arts & crafts, movie nights, games, and other activities. We balance the social element of community with personal/ introspective time, for which this place offers plenty of hidden gems, unexpected animals and beautiful nature tracks to explore. 

Together we share sacred knowledge with each other (and externally), and also reflect deeply, laugh lightly, love greatly, grow spiritually, be appreciated for our strengths and vulnerabilities, find meaning and belonging, live in harmony with nature, enjoy a communal lifestyle, and aspire to embody the values that underpin all ancient philosophies and spiritualities such as Yoga, Shamanism, Buddhism, Māori culture, various indigenous traditions, and others.

Sustainability principles encourage us to look after the land, build permaculture gardens (aiming towards feeding the community with plant-based organic food at some stage), recycle, grow sustainably, and share resources appropriately. 

We intend to gradually expand our facilities, cabins and venues, through the continuous support of people who contribute with their skills, possessions or contributions, as well as by reinvesting 100% of our revenue back into the community (e.g. income from resident’s rents, creative initiatives and crowd funding).




Use non-violent communication If you have issues/struggles with anything or anyone in the community, express them directly or during the sharing circles, rather than speaking about them behind the scenes. Cultivate self honesty. Ask questions rather than making assumptions. Be open to external views while trying not to be defensive. Contribute towards a kind, safe and trusting environment. Express your boundaries clearly. Hold a positive attitude, being solution-oriented rather than problem-focused


Continuously deepen your path of personal development and spiritual awakening. Find balance between idealistic spiritual concepts and realistic expectations. Own your feelings and actions, rather than blaming it on the outside. Recognize that if something is triggering you, there is something for you to work on. Take challenging situations as an opportunity to increase your awareness. Be open-minded and willing to learn from everyone In order to grow, be brave, and take a deep look at yourself, even (and especially) when it is difficult.


Explore and find love within yourself. Ask for help, and be open to sharing vulnerability with others. Honor, encourage and support others. Hold space for others in a way that suits them. Replace judgement and violence with compassion, tolerance and acceptance.


Be reliable, accountable and efficient. Honor people’s boundaries and freedom, as well as your own. Be conscious of the collective, and your impact on it. Respect and care for all living beings Be humble, know when to apologize. Ask permission to use things that do not belong to you. Respect all ethnicities, cultures, gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, backgrounds, views and life styles.


Contribute to the day-to-day functioning of the community, including acts of service and participation in community initiatives Aspire towards reciprocity, considering what you bring and receive Hold a positive attitude, being solution-oriented rather than problem-focused Cooperate with others towards shared goals.


Contribute positively towards the environment, land and nature. Be mindful that resources are limited, so take only what you need, and feel free to give back. Honor and connect with nature. Take care of your own health for you are a beautiful part of nature.


Within 2 years, and with the support from people who believe in our project, we plan to reinvest all income from rents and community initiatives into building facilities (bathrooms, kitchens and community spaces) that allow us to create more cabins. This will free up the main house for events, retreats and the creation of a new healing/teaching center. In the following 2 years, we plan to recycle existing dwellings into usable venues/studios and create more parking spaces, so that we can host bigger events. In the following 6 years, we plan to create more facilities and another venue, so that we can create more cabins, and grow as one wider tribe

Ways you can contribute


By helping us, you’re also helping us help others.

a) Offer your skills (or recommend us to someone you know): We will need people certified in multiple skills to help out, for example builders, architects, electricians, plumbers, soil contamination experts, landscape experts, ecologists, transportation experts, acoustics experts, cultural heritage experts, and probably a lot more.

b) Offer things you no longer need: furniture, kitchen materials, house appliances, tools (for gardening, building, cleaning), spiritual decorations, mats, anything.

c) Help us fundraise (by using or sharing our crowd funding link below):