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Bringing the circus to the woods


“The dog days are over, but the summer spirit still lingers,” says the Nature & Spirit venue nestled in the woods of Moniatis village. A fun day-event that is coming up towards the end of October will be all about taking the circus razzle-dazzle and bringing it to visitors and guests. Circusland on October 23 will be a day full of tricks, leaps and classes and it hopes to be a fully barefoot event!

“Let us embrace the warmth we have absorbed and head towards the winter,” they add. “Let’s celebrate ourselves as units and as a whole, on a super fun day up in the mountains. Circusland will include alternative workshops focused on personal and group practice, for a body and energy awakening that will be shared with others.”

Starting as early as 8am, participants will get to try numerous circus tricks, acrobatic stunts and other exciting performance magic. There will be workshops on headstands, yoga, aerial hoop, slackline, acro yoga, juggling, giqong and of course, a barefoot party as Circusland invites its guests to connect with nature through the soles of their feet. All of the workshops are included in the €25 ticket price which can be reserved by messaging the organisers on their Facebook page @fisikaipnevma.

In between hoops and loops and sessions, there will be coffees, juices and smoothies to purchase as well as a vegan food menu. For anyone who wants to stay the night and brave the midnight October chill, there will be free camping available, equipped with shower and restroom facilities.



Workshops, party, food and drinks. October 23. Nature and Spirit venue, Moniatis village. 8am onwards. €25. Tel: 99-402077


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