Celebrating together again!

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Lets come together again to celebrate, explore and learn in the sphere of consciousness, love and healthy sexuality. In this exclusive event we create a retreat-like atmosphere with a carefully selected event program combined with the fun elements of a festival.

Embedded in the beautiful landscape around monastery natursinne we enjoy all our manifold wonderful diversity – we are connected in unity and should cherish ourselves generously. Be part of this amazing experience and celebrate life with us!

This event is open to anyone and all gender identities and expressions are welcome, however the number of participants is strictly limited to 100 people.
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The Location

The Location

To be able to offer an intimate and safe space for all participants the retreat takes place in the naturalist friendly monastery natursinne with a camping ground exclusive for the retreat’s use only. The calm location invites you to relax and enjoy a selection of incredible workshops, night events and sessions.

All guests will stay on-site, will be catered for vegan and vegetarian meal options and shuttle options from Vienna are available on our ticketing page

Choose your accommodation

We offer various rooms, you can bring your own tent, or park your campervan.

Standard, Vegan or Vegetarian

Our hosts will prepare the food directly at our retreat center.

The Program

We are passionate about what we do, so join us and let us inspire you!

Experienced teachers and facilitators from around the world will offer various talks, workshops, sessions, playparties and a selection of many mindful and bodily activities.

The Schwelle Wien team is known for a responsible, conscious and considerate approach to sexuality without any moral judgment and is free from any conventions and prejudices.

We stand for:

a responsible, conscious and considerate handling of non monogamous relationships and sexuality, free from any moral judgement and free of any conventions and prejudices.
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