- 15 May 2018 10:57 AM
With its many unique features, it offers a wide range of programs. For example the Mirador which was built in 2014, is both a lookout and an outlook on a radiant visual world, offers an insight into the boundless imagination, mind and soul of visionary artists, opening windows onto the thrilling abyss above and below.
Here technical and artistic exploration and inventiveness is interwoven with psychedelic, spiritual and mystic atmospheres and symbols, where the festival’s musical universe and ancient transcendental cultures merge into an even deeper lasting multisensory experience.
The Labirith is an adventure of its own at the festival. It is built around a new theme each year with surprises awaiting along the paths, where you can get lost in time and space and have some challenging fun as you join a special treasure hunt in the maze.
As another alternative way to release your creative energies, a reimagined old barn awaits visitors with a number of arts and crafts workshops where you can freely create and learn about various ancient and modern materials, techniques, and become part of a colorful global community that might not otherwise come together in the everydays.
With just a little inspiring help you don’t even have to be an artist to create something you have never created before.
At the new pavilion of the healing activities you can try out and practice various techniques, traditional and modern healing methods from all over the world (thai massage, ayurveda, acupuncture, crystal therapy, lomi lomi, shiatsu, guided relaxation, nadi, ma uri, cranio sacral therapy, Tibetan singing bowl, quantum balance method, swedish massage, ericksonian hypnosis, yumeiho) and there are also daily morning sound healing sessions.