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The Patika Project’s Permaculture and Yoga courses

Learn to live in the greenest way possible at one of the Patika Project’s permaculture and yoga programmes

Some of the greatest ancient civilisations progressed by living in tune with nature. They used their land sustainably, developing settlements and agricultural systems, which worked with the environment, not against it. In other words, they worked with the principles of permaculture.

This is what Stephen Read, Director of the Université Populaire de Permaculture and yoga teacher, Monica Danobeitia, will be teaching during their week-long courses, taking place in Fethiye, Turkey, this May and September. Both are experts in their fields and the course combines studying for a Permaculture Design certificate with learning to relax with yoga. Located alongside the Patika agricultural project in the Faralya village in Fethiye, the project aims to show you how to live a truly green lifestyle.

Dates: 8th to the 17th May 2011 and the 5th to the 15th September

Cost: Prices start at £330 including accommodation, meals and tuition

For more information on this event please visit the Permaculture France website


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