TRIBODAR | Creating in and out Paradise
✨Welcome to our project dedicated to Learning in freedom and to be free ~ Co-creating in & out Paradise 🍂 through well-being with awareness, meditation, Kundalini yoga, agro-forest, natural building, art creation, unschooling, nature connection...
We are an non profit association dedicated to a sustainable, well being and free education lifestyle, born in 2010 out of a dream to reconnect with nature and our true nature.
We receive volunteers, families and guests for eco-vacations.
WHO ARE WE
Moabi, A well-being guide through kundalini yoga, meditations, breath, awareness, sound exploration, dance. Very passionated by life and supporting people to expand their inner love and light 💚 Mother of a 12 year old
Manu, A curiose and friendly 12 year old boy interested in animals, science, programing, games, painting, reading...
Gennaro, A quite and friendly architect/Agro-forest professional dedicated and passionate about his work
What we provide :
🌟Lunch or Dinner
🌟1 - 2 dailly activities together
Yoga, Meditations, Dance, Sharing circles, walks...
🌟Between 13-22 euros per night according to your possibilities and will to support the project
We recieve from 2 to 8 volunteers at the time
Looking foward to met you and have a great experience together 🙏
Gennaro Cardone, born in 1982, is an architect and permaculturist specialized in reciprocal roof and soil regeneration. He is dedicated, perfectionist, and gives great importance to the aesthetic. The work functions as a meditation to Gennaro, who in eco- construction and land work finds peace of mind.
Moabi, born in 1980, is mother of Manu Inca. She loves life, enjoys living in the countryside and has three main passions: learning in freedom, kundalini yoga and dance. She co-founded Tribodar in 2010 with an aim of developing a sustainable and learning space according to everybody interests, passions and needs. Moabi has been specializing in k. yoga, and has been taking various courses and learning various activities related to wellbeing.
Manu Inca, born in 2010, is very curious. He is enjoying discovering the world and asking a lot of questions about many things. Mostly, he is interested in learning about human body, animals and space ships. He loves playing with water and listening to stories. He is able to speak English and loves it 🙂
99% of the people that come say they feel very much at home and that is a life transforming experience