Come to Rainbow Lodge
All over the world people are waking up. At Rainbow Lodge we are responding to this rise in consciousness and have created a welcoming space for a spiritual community.
Rainbow Lodge is a small community made up of Starseed Interns, Guests, Residents and Volunteers, who join us from around the world. Some stay with us for a few weeks and others for a few months. Many individuals regularly return here.
The community is now experiencing accelerated growth. One of the key aspects we focus on is introducing others to a ‘different way of living’ - one that is simplistic, resourceful and abundant.
Our aim is to reconnect with the different aspects of the ‘self’ but also to connect with each other and nature. Take in spectacular views, join in regular yoga and meditation, eat healthy local and organic food and celebrate life in general.
There are continuous opportunities to learn by taking part in workshops, reading books from the inspiring library and learning from Andrea who loves to share her teachings, and runs transformational healing and coaching sessions.
If you’re interested in becoming part of our community as a Starseed Intern, a Resident, Guest, or Volunteer, just visit the individual pages in this "Get Involved" section of the menu.
Whether living here as a guest, resident or volunteer, we ask you to kindly abide by the following principles where possible:
If every person in the community gave more than they took, we would have an abundance of everything we need. We kindly ask you to be conscious of this balance.
We ask that you are mindful throughout your day, which includes an awareness and accountability of your own thoughts, words and actions. When we have guests, we ask that they are given the space they require to enjoy their time fully at Rainbow Lodge.
We operate as one family, aiming to help and support each other. We ask that you find ways to compromise and engage in open, conscious communication with each other and resolve any disagreements peacefully.
We recycle as much of our waste as possible and try to find ways to up-cycle. With this in mind, please try to bring as little plastic to the community as possible. This also applies to food (cooking and eating) where we try to operate a zero waste policy.
We grow some fruit and vegetables, but whilst we are developing our land to increase farming capacity, we also buy fresh, seasonal produce from a local market.
We are fully solar-powered for electric and hot water. Our water comes from a spring and is stored for drinking in a water tank. There is a dam to water the blueberries and garden. We ask you to be mindful of your usage with these precious resources and adjust your power and water usage accordingly when required. We do have a washing machine for personal laundry, guest bedding and towels take priority.
We have Wi-Fi access in the house. Data is limited and can be slow at peak times. We ask you to be mindful of your usage as this is mainly used for business purposes. Usage should ideally be limited to accessing emails and other essential communication, not to download or stream vast amounts of data.
There is a high risk of fire on our land and surrounding areas due to the hot, dry environment. If you smoke then please dispose of your cigarettes responsibly.