Yoga and Permaculture mix well

The Rocklyn PDC was an amazing experience, I don’t know what I would like to commend the most, the quality of the presenters, the venue (and the yoga!) or the fantastic coverage of cutting edge perspectives on sustainability, on the state of the world and most importantly what we can do about it.

says Robin K, one of the course participants.
Indeed, the ten days went very quickly at the Ashram. Days were choc full of PDC learnings, while the participants were served with yummy (mostly) local food, prepared by the kitchen team, lead by our passionate locovour practitioner Su Dennett. And plenty of yoga, of course…. And the field trip to the Rod May’s farm where the king of fermentation, Sandor Katz, dropped by. And a whole day at Melliodora.
All in all, the novel mixture worked well, thanks to all the efforts put in by the teachers and organisers, and participants. By the look of it, we will have more PDC courses at Ashram, but in the mean time, do not forget to check out all the PDC courses David is involved in, at permaculture and other courses.

 

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All photos are supplied by Steve Areen.

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