An Occasional Storm

A typical working day at Sacred Groves…. snoozing the alarm clock, waking up just before the bell rings for the morning circle, deciding together the work to be done that day and spending rest of the day doing it. At this time of the year, in a tropical coastal climate, some evenings see the skies darkening and the wind picking up: that pleasant feeling of impending rain.… READ MORE...

Cobb: The Fun Way To Build

Introduction

Cob, clom, witchert, clay dabbins, rad and dab are just some of the terms that describe the process of working with earth (rich in clay), aggregate and/or straw that is used to make walls without the use of moulds. These methods are ancient and have a proven track record.… READ MORE...

Anyone Can Build!

In its everyday activies of building, thinking, exploring and learning, the SacredGroves community ideated the BuildFree initiative. The name encapsulates its core idea, that is, to learn from natural and simple ways of building and living, without relying on abundant money and factory-made resources.… READ MORE...

Our Sacred Circle

At SacredGroves we believe in being together and working with energy that enthrals everybody around. But for all the energy to get an initiation does it not need a special place? A place where no idea is left unheard, where everyone comes together and celebrates the spirit of sacred groves, these pondering questions soon became directive principles in mind.… READ MORE...