Daily Eco-Villa Regenerative Lifestyle Experience
$35 Daily Includes: (1 or more days: Mon-Fri 8am – 5pm)
Spend 1 or more days with us Mon-Fri 8am – 5pm between: Weds. July 5 – Fri. July 21
• Morning Practice w/ Mayra McCullough
• 1 Vegetarian meal, healthy snacks, water, tea
• Hands on Guided Participation in Permaculture Projects lead by Tim DeLorey, PhD
• Co-Creative Community Building Practices
• Pool dipping lunch break
Earth Building Techniques Workshop
For all 3 days: Fri. July 21 6pm-9pm • Sat. July 22 8am-5pm • Sun. July 23 8am-5pm
• 1 Vegetarian Lunch on Saturday and Sunday, healthy snacks, water, tea/coffee
• Cob Building Workshop: 10’ x 12’ Cob-Pallet Tiny Cottage House
• Pool dipping lunch break
Tiny Cob House Workshop
We will be building a 10′ x 12′ tiny cob house that will be used as working studio for one of our community members. We will be using a super economical technique that includes pallet, straw, and cob (earth, sand, straw mix) to build this structure on the property.
Below are some samples of what these kind of structures look like:
Tim DeLorey, Ph.D., Regenerative Designer Tim is a highly published research scientist with a keen interest in exploring the “Natural Intelligence” expressed within the workings of the human “being” in relationship with Nature. Tim has been highly involved in permaculture for the past six years and is regularly involved in designing permaculture initiatives. He is also a longtime member of the Transition Town Initiative in Joshua Tree (TJT). His current research interests range from the design of drylands permaculture systems to exploring soil building strategies, water harvesting methodologies, building with earthen materials, assessing nutritional densities of native plants and readdressing the concepts of what it means to be optimally healthy (biohacking). Through consultations, lecturing, workshop facilitation and publications, he is contributing his unique perspective to fostering a transition towards a more balanced way of being.
Below are pictures of Tim’s cob workshops in Joshua Tree as well as shots from Cob workshops Mayra McCullough, who will be leading morning practice sessions, community building exercises as well as be part of the Cob Crew, has participated in.
Mayra and Tim have been co-creating regenerative living experiences since 2016.
Our Eco-Village Co-Creative Core group will also be present at C2E Villa during this time facilitating an intentional community experience from the inside out!
Easy Breezy Registration Steps:
To save your spot for a one or more Day Lifestyle Experience with your donation of $35/day (Between July 5 – 21) or for the 3 day hands on workshop of Tiny Cob House (July 21-23) for $75 please e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org with dates request and she will send you options to make your donations.
Coach2Edify Foundation (C2E) was founded in 2011 on the premise that stress promotes illness in our bodies and society. Our theory was that if stress is manageable with the right systems in place, our life can become stress free. We call a stress free life Heaven On Planet Earth (H.O.P.E.). We are not referring to having a problem-free life, but to our ability to navigate all the storms life offers with resilience and a good attitude that supports our overall health individually and collectively.
During the last six years of research and development with this premise and theory, a template of well being has emerged which has facilitated a metamorphosis to hundreds of participants and benefactors. The word transformation is not an overstatement when a paradigm shift occurs and, suddenly, one becomes empowered to create a deeply loving experience with our body and the world around us becomes a compassionate place, regardless of the non-sense that is expressing around us. Following are three conclusions we have derived:
First, we have found that helping people achieve integration of body, mind, and spirit in a way that is safe, fun, and regenerative is a key component for optimal health. We call it the self-sufficiency matrix of our well-being. We have offered daily classes, events, programs and retreats designed with this aim of integration.
Second, we also found that integrating to the world around us is a crucial aspect of feeling whole. We define the ‘world around us’ as being: time, nature, and people. After all, stress tends be the most evident when our relationship with these three elements is not fulfilling.
Third, we have concluded that the best context to educate people in these foundational aspects of life, is in the setting of the dwelling place. A residence is an ideal classroom because this is where we LIVE, and what this education really entails is the foundation for LIVING.
We have concluded that establishing a foundation for living the life that is our birthright, a life that is whole and integrated to the world around us, is THE FIRST ORDER of education, period.
We have been researching various education systems that are adopting these tenets and have found what we believe is the best residence based system of education: the Eco-Village, a type of intentional community dedicated to the science of regenerative living and whose goal is to become more socially, economically and ecologically sustainable.
Eco-Villages can be rural or urban, and since C2E’s Villa is in the suburbs, we have decided to play Eco-Village this summer, and provide an experience to our community that will facilitate in real time this framework of holistic living.
We are currently developing the program with a highly knowledgeable group of eight change makers from diverse backgrounds and ages to bring a unique educational experience that will make the science of regenerative living second nature, fun, and applicable immediately.
For more information please contact email@example.com.