1. Domenig Christian Gaegauf, Switzerland

Supported by  Ruth und Christian Gaegauf

Languages: German, English

Max. participants: 30

Title: “Lead people with disabilities to their full potential – a step in the consciousness”

Domenig Christian Gaegauf tells us with facilitated communication (fc) how fixed ideas of the accompanying humans and therapy models of the professional world more and more formed a mental chaos in his head. This triggered erroneous and false programming, leading him away from his potential and making him unbearable. Domenig Christian Gaegauf will make himself strong for an accompaniment that builds on the normal feelings and needs of every human being: “Let us be as we come to earth – we have set ourselves something special. Join us with an open heart, with love and joy and most of all never with fear.” In this workshop, we want to share the basic needs of each person. These give us an indication of the potential of the human being facing us.


 2. Jan Kufferath, Germany

Language: German

Max. participants: 20

Title: “Do angels exist?”

Jan Kufferath, resident of a life- sharing community will introduce in the topic, and after exchange about everybody´s views on the angels, and their experience in everyday life.


 3. Bojana Miskovic, Serbia

Languages: English, Russian, Serbian

Max. participants: 25

Title: “From man to angel: the future is in our hands”

Society often tries to convince us that we are insignificant and powerless. Sometimes they give us money, but take away our dignity. In this discussion group we will try to explore the possibility of creating a new society, where everyone is important and irreplaceable: „I can change the world.”



 4. Nataša Kraus, Germany

Languages: Serbian, Russian, German

Max. participants: 20

Title: “Eurythmy – Making poetry visible”

We are dealing with an art movement that works with the whole body. Eurythmy is an expression of harmonized movements similar to dance and shows poetry, language and music by moving. The body becomes a sounding instrument, conveying all the artistic and content-related shades of music and poetry. Eurythmy is a “visible language” and we try to see and experience poetic works through movement of our own body. Together we learn to find a right rhythm in all life phenomena: in singing and dancing, in speech and gestures, in thoughts and actions.


 5. Martina Wieser, Austria

Languages: all languages

Max. participants: 40

Title: “Ensemble Musaik”

The “Ensemble musaik” of Camphill Liebenfels/Austria is a little integrative orchestra. The group will make music with the other members of the workshop on instruments, which are rich in sound and can be played easily. It is also possible only to listen to the music – like in a silent oasis.



 6. Alexandra Buijsman, Netherlands

Languages: Dutch, English

Max. participants: 20

Title: “Social Land Art”

The subject of the workshop is social movement in the group. We will use nature and Eurythmy, so the participants can exercise their connection with each other and with nature. We go outside to build Art on different spots, together with things we will find in nature, like stones, wood, branches and flowers. When the weather is bad we will do social Eurythmy.


 7. Johannes Halbig, Germany

Languages: German, English

Max. participants: 30

Title: “Man is an angel to man”

Games and exercises that make experiencing cooperation and that its success depends on one being the other’s helper.


8. Ulrike Wenninger, Austria

Languages: German

Max. participants: 20

Title: “Man is an angel to man

Interactive workshop “meeting – getting to know each other- understanding” using pictures and objects.


9. Alfred Leuthold / Doris Bauknecht Germany

Languages: German, English, Dutch

Max. participants: 25

Title: “We live in Europe”

Tales, history, politics, talk, painting and drawing, crafting, moving action and roleplayig.