My wife Kasia and I are setting up a retreat center with an organic permaculture system. We have a large house finished, second building for additional accommodation and meeting space still needs to be completed. We are situated 15mins drive from Lębork and one hour from Gdansk. We have several nice ponds around the house and a beautiful swimming lake a short walk away. We are on the edge of a Kaszubian Landscape Park with a lot of tourist trails and lakes.
Our interests are permaculture, sustainability, personal growth, herbs, alternative health, Qigong, meditation, Alexander Technique, intention community, POP, systemic therapies like Family Constellations, and breathwork. We started living here in 2014, and before that, for seven years we did live in the Findhorn Intentional Community in Northern Scotland. Before then I had lived in several communities in Australia.
As well as short visits, we are currently looking for a person/s to stay long term to help develop the place. Ideally, this person/s has an interest in sustainability and maybe can work with our horses. Also, we are open for someone to establish a small business here around the horses, or land e.g. organic eggs, bees, herbs, or vegetables.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Help with Computers / internet
Benefits you can get from here. Healthy lifestyle, learning about herbs, permaculture, bees, contact with horses and other animals. Rest from life, mediate, share, work outside, swim in beautiful lake, and practice speaking English or Polish. Connect to the local Polish culture
Depending on the time of year work can range from planting trees or vegetables, feeding animals including horses, pigs, chickens, helping with the bee hive and honey production, harvesting, collecting hay, house duties, fencing, maintenance work, weeding, etc.....
English and Polish
We have a large house with comfortable rooms for guest. We eat together and share the duties of the day.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week