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creative regeneration workshop at terrealuma, april 13th


are you dreaming of a state of total immersion...?

we're meeting at the terrealuma healing refuge for a creative regeneration saturday, on april 18th.

the workshop will run from 11-6, followed by a bonfire

the creative regeneration process moves through


* meditation,


* focusing (felt sensing in the body),


* freewriting


* intuitive painting 

sarah regen.jpg

no achievements in mind except for restoring and releasing your natural state, a state which generates energy.


*  we'll be a small group, no more than 6

* food will be provided, made from the permaculture garden, by maciek from terrealuma who's an expert professional chef

all art materials will be provided

no particular experience or skill is required in art, meditation or anything else!

*  transport - nearest city - rzeszow (poland). we can transport you to and from the airport or station, if necessary.

* cost - the workshop costs 400zl payable on the day

all proceeds will go towards building terrealuma.

drop us an email to secure a place


'I took part in the creative regeneration workshop last summer at the Terrealuma refuge and I am a better man for it. The aim of the workshop is to release any stored up tensions that are blocking creative flow. Sarah Luczaj employs many unblocking tools, including free writing, intuitive painting and focusing. If those three weren't enough, we also were exposed to reiki, yoga, qi gong, mantra chantings and afternoon meanderings through the forested hills which led to experimental "practices" in free-form screaming (or finding our own animal sounds). The group bonded immediately, sharing intimate aspects of the self in so many forms. We camped together, sang songs by the bonfire, and probably ate the most simple and enjoyable meals of our lives (thank you wonder-cook Maciek). If we could only live like this full-time....perhaps the workshop is a reminder that we can'.

matthe krasner

matthew krasner, writer, teacher and creator of


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'My time at Terrealuma was magical - for so many reasons.  The land was breathtaking - breathtaking in a way that no picture can convey.  What a special space on the earth to be able to spend some time.  The people that gathered there were beautiful human beings and such a pleasure to spend time with and get to know.  The food that came out of that kitchen was a dream - Poland is not known for its vegan food, but as a vegan I received the most gorgeous creations for every meal and was so so grateful to chef Maciek and the special care he put into his dishes.  I don't even have words for the massage and body work sessions that I had with Asha - I've never experienced anything like that before or since.  If you have an opportunity to work with her do not hesitate for one single second.


And of course there was the Creative Regeneration retreat itself and the magnificent Sarah.  Our days were filled with the perfect balance of structure and free form.  Alone time and working in pairs.  Sitting in stillness and roaming the land.  Writing with pen to paper and splattering paint every which way.  Sarah has a gift for knowing what the group needed at any given moment and gently guided us with her wisdom and intuition.  I felt so cared for and so nourished working with Sarah and going on the Creative Regeneration journey with her at Terrealuma.  I hope to one day be able to return'.

Jenny, fellow retreat space starter -  juniper grove retreat space


'My time at the Terrealuma last summer is an experience that meant a lot for me and supported me in quite a difficult time. I’ve been to a couple of Sarah’s Creative Regeneration workshops in Glasgow, which I loved, but going through the process at Terrealuma is really something else. The nature holds you and grounds you, the most delicious food made by Maciek nourishes you and comforts you, the workshops carry you gently into your inner world and give you insight and creative energy, the people are there for you and you are there for them and you really feel like a part of community. I left feeling rested, taken care of and so grateful that such a place exists. I hope to see you there this summer!'

 Natalia Lukaszuk - therapist offering counselling in wroclaw

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