23 Jun 16 Glastonbury 2016
Top of the Tipi Field (Next to the Stone Circle), Worthy Farm
“Glastonbury Festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world. Coming to Glastonbury involves a fair amount of travel, and probably a queue to get in but, when you get past these impediments, you enter a huge tented city, a mini-state under canvas. British law still applies, but the rules of society are a bit different, a little bit freer. Everyone is here to have a wild time in their own way.”
Lost Horizon at Glastonbury 2016!
Welcome to the hidden garden oasis that is
Lost Horizon Nomadic Spa.
Described by many as a festival within a festival, our healing recovery space provides grounding and sacred time to unwind and rejuvenate away from the bustle and mayhem. Melt in a hammock, recharge in the sunshine or relax by the fire in the lodge.
The luxurious wood-fired yurt sauna is sizzling from 8am – 2am.
No need to book – Available at our reception, a Lost Horizon wristband allows you entry throughout the festival.
The solar garden stage runs all day with shows ranging from acoustic and folk to ease you into the morning to world, reggae, swing and gypsy jazz to jump-start your afternoon.
Performances confirmed so far…
forest of fools
Mama Jerk and the Lady Fingers
Tell Tale Tusk
Snufkin – the band
Dana Immanuel & the Stolen Band
The Odd Beats
The Lone Groover
…Don’t miss the Sunday afternoon garden party!
Replenish with the best chai on site and enjoy an organic mezze platter with freshly made wholemeal spelt flat-bread.
Hire a fresh clean towel, grab a home-made natural soap, secure your valuables, charge your phone with solar power and book your massage at reception.
You’ll find a comfortable yurt for your clothes, warm and cosy tipi sun lodge, showers, plunge pool, a large lawn for sunbathing and a bonfire.
From felt making workshops to yoga, hula hooping to talks on Permaculture, share your knowledge and skills and help us through this time of transition or just enjoy play in the sunshine – the space is entirely participatory. Get involved!
Workshops and activities include…
Didgeridoo Sound Bath Sauna
Fireside Naked Movement Meditation
Face and Body Painting
Fancy running a workshop? Get in touch.
Through a practical exploration of community living and direct contact with the elements we wish to inspire and empower a deeper connection to the natural world with a focus on well being, conscious ethical naturism and environmental sustainability.
Guaranteed to leave you with a warm glow and bounce in your step.
>> Find Yourself at Lost Horizon <<
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“If the main stage is the pulse of this vast and vibrant festival, then the Green Fields are its spirit: 60 acres of quiet optimism, keeping alive the vision and principles that have inspired Glastonbury since the first gathering at Worthy Farm 45 years ago.
“If you believe that humans can live in a better way, this is where you will find encouragement from kindred spirits with inspiring blueprints and practical guides on how you can build a fairer sustainable world, powered by the sun and the wind – and pure imagination!
“Here, amongst the sound of wind chimes and drums and the scent of woodsmoke and baking bread, is a place to celebrate being alive and to explore the idea that our survival and fulfillment do not need to be driven by consumption and competition.
“A chance to participate in new and old ways of living, from technological innovations to tribal dances from spiritual awakenings to eco-build solutions – and all in a truly tranquil environment, free from the fumes and noise of generators, running on the quiet power of green energy.
“In the Tipi Field, circled around the fire and totem pole, you can open yourself up to the enchantment of tribal culture, let ancient ritual transform you and potent symbols guide you to reconnect with the earth.”