El día sábado 1 de abril EDEN Â finaliza su temporada 2016/2017.
para festejar hemos organizado una cena sencilla, brindis y baileÂ
musicalizado por Nuestro DJ MAIKEL.Â
Desde ya agradecemos a todos los amigos y concurrentes que nos han elegido.Â
Los esperamos la próxima temporada.
Por favor confirmar asistenciaÂ
informamos a todos nuestros amigos y concurrentes que elÂ
Â 1 de Abril sera el ultimo dia de actividad de esta temporada
desde ya MUY AGRADECIDOS de que nos hayan acompaniado yÂ
los esperamos en el reinicio de las actividades.Â
Rogamos a quienes tengan pertenencias en la quinta procedan aÂ
retirarlas, a mas tardar el dia primero de abril.Â
Os três dias de folia, um dos maiores carnavais em animação aconteceu no Clube Naturista Colina do Sol.
Eu me fantasiei de Frida Kahlo, alma nua. Muito suor, porque a alegria traz calor a vida.
Nestes dias de carnaval teve muito mais que baile e fantasia.
Foram todos os dias ensolarados para dar um tom bronzeado aos corpos.
Aonde tem pelados eu vou, eu vou e fico a vontade…rsrsrsrs
Os três dias de folia, um dos maiores carnaval em animação aconteceu no Clube Naturista Colina do Sol.
Tem nudez por baixo da fantasia? Tem!
Eu me fantasiei de Frida Kahlo, alma nua. Muito suor, porque a alegria traz calor a vida.
Aonde tem pelado eu vou, eu vou e fico a vontade…rsrsrsrs
Neste feriadão de carnaval teve muito mais que baile e fantasia.
Teve dias ensolarados para dar um tom de bronze ao corpo.
EdenÂ estaráÂ abiertoÂ los siguientes días del mes deÂ marzo
viernes Â 3 Â Â sábado 4 Â Â domingo Â Â 5Â
Â ------ Â Â Â Â Â sábado 11 Â domingo Â 12
Â ------ Â Â Â Â Â sábado 18 Â domingo Â 19Â
viernes Â 24 Â sábado Â 25 Â domingo Â 26
VIERNES Â 3 Â 50 % Â de descuento en la entrada
A partir de este domingo en nuestra quinta se daran clases de gimnasia
es la disiplina Qi gong.Â
seran clases grupales de una Â hora aprox.Â
hora de inicio 17 hs
el costo es $ 100 Â por persona.Â
Qi gong, mejora la Energia Vital, utilizando tecnicas que comprenden lo mental,
la respiracion y el movimiento fisico
anotate en la quintaÂ
profesor. Dario Attardo
EDENÂ te invita aÂ disfrutar estos cuatro dias deÂ CarnavalÂ en nuestra quinta con unaÂ PROMO 2 xÂ 1Â que podes conbinar a tu gusto. (valida para sabado/domingo/lunes y martes) (no conbinable con otras promociones)
FEBRERO en EDEN
Durante el mes de Febrero EDEN estara ABIERTO Â
JUEVES / VIERNES / SABADOS / DOMINGOS y FERIADO de CARNABAL
JUEVES Y VIERNES Â 50 % de Descuento y pernocte SIN CARGOÂ
(sujeto a disponiblidad de plazas, Â y si tenes trae tu carpa)
We plan every aspect of our lives from meetings to appointments to children but when do we actually take time to plan our vacation. Many of us never use our vacation time. We are too caught up working and dealing with the everyday hustle bustle. Some of us never use our vacation time and if we do it’s for a day off here or there. The time off isn’t spent going somewhere and actually enjoying ourselves. Sometimes we just take time off and stay home doing nothing just so we don’t lose our vacation hours. I challenge all of you to take out your calendar and set time aside today to plan your vacation. Now that you have set some time aside to plan your vacation for this year. Let’s decide how, when, and where you will spend your vacation in 2017. Why not plan something you have never done before. Think about a Nakation™. If you truly want a relaxing vacation, minimal packing, and actual downtime from technology visit an AANR affiliated nudist resort. These resorts range from rustic to luxury, with so many amenities and everything you need right there you can unwind and enjoy your vacation.
Click here to see the wonderful resort options AANR has to offer.
REPETIMOS Â 2 Â x Â 1Â
Sabado 28 y Â Domingo 29 de ENERO
VENIS el sabado y podes volver el domingo SIN Cargo
(no incluye pernocte)
Y Algo MASÂ
jueves 26 y viernes 27 Â 50% de descuento Â y si te quedas a dormir
el pernocte es SIN CARGO
(sujeto a disponibilidad de plazas)
si tenes carpa traela, tenemos espacio suficiente y comodidades para las mismas
Nudism is the best possible antidote to body shame. It is also a great antidote to stress (once you get past the stress of trying it for the first time). Here are just a few things you should know about nudism:
Nudism is natural, safe, and innocent. It is connecting with your own body, nature, and life. It is accepting your body as it is – and letting go of hiding, of pretense, and of shame. It is freeing in a way that is inexplicable – you have to feel it for yourself. You might never want to wear clothes again!
Nudism is NOT sexual, suggestive or a meat market type of atmosphere. On the contrary, nudist resorts and parks have very strict rules about behavior and very clear guidelines about what is expected from nudists in terms of etiquette. Whereas on a public beach or public swimming pool, boys and men often leer openly at girls and women and even harass them, making unwanted sexually suggestive remarks and sometimes even sexual advances – and nobody can do anything meaningful about it or stop it – if that behavior ever happened at a nudist resort, it would be immediately and appropriately handled. Not only would the guilty parties be banned for life from that resort – but also from all other resorts/clubs affiliated with AANR. The word gets out. It is a strongly protective community. People don’t stare at nudists resorts. People don’t make inappropriate comments or laugh at other people. A nudist resort is a safe haven in an often over-sexualized, over-moralized, body-image crushing world. It is a place where you can just be yourself.
At nudist resorts, people are generally very friendly and unpretentious. If you’ve ever gone camping, you know how people are more friendly than usual — outdoors, enjoying nature? It’s a lot like that. Nudism isn’t about sex. I’m stressing that because I know that a lot of people have a really misguided idea of what nudism is like. Nudist resorts are places where bodies aren’t sexualized and commodified to sell things, unlike in the rest of the world – where female bodies are sexualized at alarmingly young ages and used to sell just about anything you can think of. Nudism is the antidote to that sort of thinking – that sort of over-sexualization of the human body. When you’re used to seeing naked bodies everywhere, it is ineffective to try to titillate you into buying something by the suggestion of nudity and/or sex.
People develop a more natural, less hysterical, and less warped relationship with the human body. Who are nudists? Nudists come from every walk of life. Nudists are all ages, from babies to the very elderly. Nudists come in all sizes, shapes, and colors. Nudists are normal people. There are fat nudists and thin nudists. There are people with scars, people in wheelchairs, and people who’ve had mastectomies or lost limbs. There are lots of seniors at my favorite nudist resort – they’ve retired and live there. There are families. There are children of all ages for whom nudity is natural. There are some amazingly self-assured teenagers who relate with each other without all of the sexual overtones and anxiety that you often see in teenagers. These are kids who accept their bodies in ways that few non-nudist teenagers are able to do. And kids who have realistic ideas of what normal human bodies look like. I imagine that there are fewer nudists with eating disorders than the rest of the general population. There are very few people at nudist resorts – or in life – who have conventionally “perfect” bodies. In fact, nudism is a great equalizer. We’re all just human.
Nudism is fun and relaxing. Feeling the breeze on your bare body is soothing to the soul. Playing ping-pong in the nude is so much fun! Who doesn’t love swimming naked? It is the most natural thing on earth! My favorite resort (Cypress Cove) has two restaurants, two big swimming pools, a lake, tennis courts, a bicycle rental, two hot tubs, a gym, a massage therapy office, petanque, pickleball, and loads of other activities. You bring a towel and you sit on your towel whenever you sit down – it is all very hygienic and non-scary. Nudism is actually one of the most non-scary interactions that you can have with your body. I have found it to be an incredibly healing force in my life. There are nudist resorts, clubs, beaches, and parks all around the world. If you’re interested, start by getting some information from The American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR). By visiting their website at www.aanr.com. Try a few different resorts. Different people like different things — and there are places ranging from more developed with many amenities to very rustic. Each community has its own vibe. When you’re at a nudist site and meet people, ask them where their favorite places have been. There’s a great world out there to explore! Have fun! And go nude!
About eight years ago, when my husband first decided to try nude recreation, I had no idea that it would be something that he would develop a passion for–one that would change our whole family. During those years, whenever he would ask me if I would go to a nudist resort with him I would get an uneasy feeling. He would tell me how freeing and fun it was to walk around outside and recreate in the nude, but I just could not understand what the big deal was and why being nude made such a difference. He would tell me of the great health benefits of being nude in the sun and the respect that nudists had for their own and other people’s bodies. Being someone who believes in keeping myself healthy, I really appreciated the idea of the health benefits, but, on the other hand, I just wasn’t ready for something like that. In my mind, there were just too many reasons to decline.
When our older son turned sixteen, my husband took him to a nudist resort for a long weekend. They had a great “father and son” time kayaking, swimming, and hiking together. I was a bit skeptical and nervous, wondering how our son would react to that type of atmosphere. Well, when they came home, my son was so excited that he couldn’t wait to go back. Now, I had both my husband and my son telling me that I needed to try nude recreation.
During those eight years, my husband had become an advocate for nude recreation and naturism, so, you are probably wondering, where did that leave me. I had always been up for challenging myself. After graduating high school, I decided that I wanted to become a musician, so I bought an electric guitar, took lessons, wrote my first song within six months of learning how to play, and was fronting a band within a year. I earned a bachelor’s degree while I home schooled my two sons. I wrote a book that is designed to help people to home school a child who has high-functioning autism. However, nudism was a challenge that was even bigger for me. This challenge didn’t require developing a new skill, or studying and learning a new subject. It required something else: developing the right mental attitude about being naked.
The idea of being nude around strangers made me feel very uncomfortable and a lot of it had to do with our over-sexualized culture in America. I wondered if it was really possible for people to be able to recreate in the nude without “desires” being the focus. My husband would tell me that it is possible and would remind me of how many medical doctors and nurses see people nude on a daily basis and are able to keep sexual desires in check. That reality really helped me to get my thinking on the right track.
As I was warming up to the idea of trying nudism for the first time, my husband applied for and was hired as the executive director for the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR). So, while I would have liked to have eased into nudism at a bit of a slower pace, the challenge side of me said, “I can do this,” and the first time I participated in nude recreation was during AANR’s mid-winter board meeting where they voted my husband, Dan Whicker, into his current position.
At the onset, trying nudism for the first time was very scary and different for me, but after I did it, I found out that it really was not as big of a deal as I was making it out to be. Once I saw that I was around people who have a healthy mental attitude about the human body and nudism, it made me feel at ease. I felt a huge sense of freedom being able to walk around in the sunshine with no clothes on, feeling the air hit all parts of my body. It was also very encouraging to see people not concerned over body shapes or imperfections, but who instead were interested in meeting new people and having fun together.
I am grateful for the support that I received from both my family and the AANR family, as I jumped into the nudist lifestyle. I felt so much comfort and encouragement, especially from those who have been involved in nudism for many years. It was an amazing first experience that changed our family, especially me, forever.
EDEN estara abierto los siguientes dias del mes de ENERO
Muchos de los que practican el nudismo lo viven clandestinamente, en secreto y como si fuera un demérito. Varias personas que asisten a las playas y zonas de camping dedicados a los nudistas, lo hacen sin decirles a sus amigos o sus familiares donde van. Se abstendrán de decirles cómo pasaron sus vacaciones, para evitar descubrir que disfrutan de la vida de ocio en la desnudez. No hay duda: muchos tienen miedo de las consecuencias de tal revelación, miedo a ser juzgados mal, ridiculizados o incluso condenados sin apelación.
Aquí hay cuatro temas simples que pueden ser útiles, si surge la oportunidad de hablar de nudismo con sus familiares y amigos.
1. Cite la definición oficial de la Federación Naturista Internacional, según el cual «el naturismo es una forma de vida en armonía con la naturaleza, que se manifiesta a través de la desnudez social con el objetivo de promover el respeto por sí mismos, los demás y medio ambiente”. El nudismo es una práctica y noble tradición, seguida en todo el mundo por millones de personas, y es perfectamente legal en la mayoría de los países europeos y en muchos países fuera de Europa.
2. Haga la siguiente pregunta: “¿Si estuvieras solo en una playa desierta y estuvieras al 100% seguro de que nadie te ve, nadarías desnudo o con el traje de baño?” Sea cual sea la respuesta, puede ser un buen punto de salida para iniciar una conversación sobre el placer que sentimos cuando nos bañamos desnudos. Incluso los más reacios hacia el nudismo pueden estar de acuerdo en que el nudismo es una fuente de placer (después de todo, nadie se baña o ducha con traje, o vestido). Y si usted se baña desnudo, ¿por qué no sentarse bajo un paraguas y leer un libro o dar un paseo desnudo?.
3. Otra pregunta que puede hacer: “¿Si tuvieras el poder de cambiar algo en tu cuerpo, qué cambiarías y por qué?” Casi siempre, a la gente le gustaría cambiar: obtener fuertes abdominales, tener un pecho más firme… y así sucesivamente. Desde este punto se puede iniciar una conversación sobre el ideal del cuerpo perfecto que ha sido moldeado por los medios de comunicación, y luego continuar con el efecto beneficioso que la práctica del nudismo tiene sobre la aceptación del propio cuerpo. No aceptar sus cuerpos con sus defectos e imperfecciones significa tener una actitud de negación hacia él. El nudista no se avergüenza de su desnudez, porque ama a su propio cuerpo como es, y respeta la desnudez del otro, sin repugnancia o curiosidad morbosa.
4. Poner en marcha una invitación para probar la experiencia nudista. Después de todo, ¿por qué juzgas negativamente o positivamente una cosa, si no lo experimentas en persona, y esto es especialmente cierto para el nudismo? Para entender los sentimientos de bienestar obtenidos por la desnudez, una experiencia directa vale más de mil discursos. En verdad, hay que admitirlo probar el nudismo tiene un gran inconveniente: es adictivo.
Por supuesto, a pesar de todos los buenos argumentos, algunas personas siguen pensando que es un poco extraño, tal vez se sientan avergonzados y les pidan no hablar de estas cosas en el futuro. La aceptación del cuerpo y la desnudez son temas tabú. Las convenciones sociales, condicionadas por prejuicios permanecen, y hacen que las personas vean la desnudez pública con recelo. Pero la única manera de avanzar es hablar del nudismo de una manera abierta y tranquila: sólo entonces podemos esperar que quede claro que el nudismo es una fuente de bienestar físico y psicológico, que debemos reconocer la legitimidad de la práctica y que el cuerpo desnudo tiene una dignidad que se merece en todos los aspectos.
Empecemos a cambiar nuestras actitudes nudistas. No ocultemos el hecho de que hicimos unas vacaciones naturistas. El nudismo es agradable, es saludable, es divertido! Vamos a explicarlo a todo el mundo! Pocos no entenderán, algunos tendrán el deseo de probar, y muchos entenderán que todos tienen derecho a ser respetados, incluso los nudistas.
Fuente del texto: Essere Nudo.
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