June 3-5, 2016 | Serenbe

THE TABOO WEEKEND

June 3-5, 2016 Serenbe | Chattachoee Hills, GA



About

We’re pulling the covers off taboo topics at Serenbe, a luxury, eco-friendly travel destination and residential community located just outside of Atlanta. On June 3-5, 2016, we will host conversations, lectures, meditations and lively dinner parties focused on three topics rarely explored in the South: Death, Drugs and Sex.

As a culture, we do not confront hard topics. We bypass the most important issue we all face: that we are mortal. We place silent restrictions on conversations about sex and drugs. By avoiding these conversations, we limit our ability to live our lives fully.

Our speaker line-up ensures a well-guided exploration and dismantling of the current taboo structure and a new freedom to face life’s shadows and integrate them powerfully into our daily life.

In addition to intensive lectures from internationally renowned speakers, this micro-conference will include daily transformational topic-based meditations, in-depth interactive topic-based feasts, food by culinary heroes, bhakti yoga, a Chartres-scale labyrinth, nature hikes and beautiful music performed around a bonfire.

Multiple packages are available for the weekend, providing different levels of access, from all-inclusive passes to single ticketed events.


Serenbe is a progressive community connected to nature on the edge of Atlanta. A neighborhood full of fresh food, fresh air and focused on wellbeing. This community is set among acres of preserved forests and meadows with miles of nature trails that connect homes and restaurants with arts and businesses. Serenbe’s architectural planning sets a new standard for community living. Learn more about Serenbe.
Register

Various packages are available for the weekend, providing different levels access. Early Bird pricing is available until April 1, 2016.

VIP Weekend All Access packages includes six meals and beverages, all weekend activities, upscale inn accommodations. Prices range from $1,555 for individual to $3,875 for couples.

VIP Weekend Day Pass includes six meals, beverages and all weekend activities. Prices range from $940-$1040.

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Venue

The Inn at Serenbe is nestled in the rolling countryside on the edge of Atlanta, just minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Our 900 acres include preserved forestland, wildflower meadows, 15 miles of trails that go by two waterfalls and a large granite outcropping, an animal village, swings and rocking chairs, two pools and a cabana, two hot tubs, croquet lawn, and endless opportunities for relaxing and connecting with nature.



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Speakers



John Doe

Gabor Maté

A renowned speaker, and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics including addiction, stress and childhood development.

@drmate

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John Doe

Michael Meade

Michael Meade, D.H.L., is a storyteller, author, and scholar of mythology, anthropology, and psychology. He combines hypnotic storytelling, street-savvy perceptiveness, and spellbinding interpretations of ancient myths with a deep knowledge of cross-cultural rituals.

MichaelMeadeMosaic

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John Doe

Nicole Daedone

Nicole Daedone is a speaker, teacher, visionary, author and entrepreneur who has spent her groundbreaking career redefining orgasm, bringing a more fulfilling sense of orgasm to the world, and asking the question “What if we re-built sex from the ground up”.

@NicoleDaedone

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Angel Grant

Angel Grant

Angel Grant is the Executive Director of deathoverdinner.org and Co-founder of drugsoverdinner.org. She is on the teaching faculty at whereismyguru.com, and part of the convivium.co collective.

@deathoverdinner   @drugsoverdinner

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John Doe

Michael Hebb

Michael Hebb is the Founder of Deathoverdinner.org, Drugsoverdinner.org, and Seder2015.org. He is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Washington Communication Leadership Graduate Program and a Trustee of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts. 

@deathoverdinner   @drugsoverdinner

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John Doe

Jessica Durivage

Jessica has been bridging the gap from the soul to the world and redefining what it means to be spiritual in a modern age since 1998. Her humorous and relatable approach to spiritual life, relationships, motherhood and the challenges we all face on the path are reflected in her writing, teaching, speaking and as the host of the Where is My Guru Podcast.. 

@whereismyguru

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Agenda

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An evening about death and awakening

A dinner to discuss death, life and vitality

Poolside cocktails, Theo chocolate, and conversation

A meditation on coming alive

Our chefs prepare a beautiful farm to table lunch featuring vegetables from our own gardens.

Facing our toxic culture and the hungry ghost of addiction.

The power and beauty of discussing taboo topics; and the cost of repression.

A dinner to discuss drugs, connection to source and the universality of addiction.

Bonfire session with local musicians and Belle Meade whiskey.

What if sex were re-built from the ground up?

An afternoon picnic in a beautiful open field to discuss intimacy, sex, and love.

Illness and health in a toxic society. (Limited to first 30 ticket holders).

Our Partners



Location

  • 10950 Hutcheson Ferry Road Chatt Hills, GA 30268
  • kirstin@serenbe.com