INTERNS

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INTERNING AT ANAHATA

For the past few years, every spring through early fall, we’ve had the opportunity to work and play with some extraordinary people. Our interns find us — some through Workaway, others through WWOOF.org. others through pure ingenuity! We get together, sometimes for a few weeks, sometimes for a few months, but in short . . .

We create together! What do we create? Beauty, structure, art, sustainability, permaculture gardens, building additions, goddess gardens, rock and earth sculptures, fences, landscapes, murals, events, beautiful spaces to live and dream in, dreamcatchers, fountains, pathways, staircases, orchards, greenhouse roofs, mushroom beds, a full root cellar, a pantry lined with canned tomatoes and applesauce, and unforgettable connections. We grow fruits, flowers, vegetables, chicks. We create amazingly nutritious delicious meals for each other.

We adventure! We take field trips, short journeys, enjoy Floyd culture, volunteer at local festivals like FloydFest and Floyd Yoga Jam. We laugh, have deep conversations, play music, go dancing, do yoga together, sometimes have family and friends visit, drum and fire spin, have fire circles, swim in the river, listen to our soul impulses and sometimes dive deeply into spiritual practice.

Everyone shares their gifts, works hard, learns a lot, and hopefully grows as a person inside.

Here are some photos of prior year adventures!  Contact us for more specifics and possible opportunities.

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