East Coast Tantra Festival - May 15-19 in Western MA

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The East Coast Tantra Festival – into the wild!
www.eastcoasttantrafesitival.com
Camp Timber Trails, Tolland, MA
May 15th – 19th 2019.

Festival Highlights
Sacred Ceremonies, Tantra workshops, 5 rhythms ecstatic dance, live concerts, healing temple, yoga, love lounge, cuddle parties

Registration
Tickets include all organic vegetarian meals, lodging and all festival activities.
Discount Code for 20% off ** use cod Elizabeth10 **
**We also accept Bitcoin, ETH, LTC, XRP and some other crypto currencies as payment. Reach out direct for wallet information if you prefer this method of payment!

Inclusive and Welcoming
Join us whether you are partners wanting to deepen your connection, or single and open to connecting with tribe. All genders, orientations, races, and ages are welcome in this inclusive space. Come join our growing Tantra Festival Family.

What to Expect: Exploring Tantra
If you’ve ever been interested in exploring the full range Tantra – from spiritual awakening, to sacred sexuality, to just delighting more in the taste of your food and sensing the nature around you – then this is the place for you! Be held in a safe and encouraging space that respects all choices and aids in deeper intimacy with your own deep being.

We anchor the festival with a morning circle to start in connection as tribe and an evening ceremony where we come together and are held in Tantric ritual, so you will truly feel the gift of community and connection. Choose your own adventure from 4-6 tantra workshops per day with different levels of intimacy and depth, or take some time to integrate and be in nature.

World Renowned Teachers
Eugene Hedlund, Robyn Vogel, Monique Darling, Peter Petersen, Cathleene Cienfuegos, Alyaya Love, Lucia Gabriela, Lourdes Starshower, Vasanti Kea, Freya MacFarlane, Amanda Ananda

The Venue and Accommodations
Camp Timber Trails (CTT) is nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains in Western Massachusetts. This 417 acre community-owned property is immersed in the lush nature, with rich forests and a 16-acre beautiful and clean pond. Camp out in this natural setting or to stay in one of our simple dorm-style cabins. Central to New England, CTT is 2 hours from NYC or Boston, 1 hour 15 minutes from Albany and just 45 minutes from the Hartford, CT airport.