After a first successful round, HeartCamp returns to South Florida at the beginning of February 2013!
HeartCamp brings together speakers and participants from different walks of life to discuss all matters of the heart -- the physical, emotional, spiritual and creative heart.
If you're not familiar with the camp format, here's a brief primer. To put it simply, it's an open event in which participants provide content. This user-generated unconference is modeled after BarCamp, a technology-focused, international network of events successfully operating around the world since 2005. Camps are a great way of building community without the hassle of formal conference arrangements.
As described in the Wiki, BarCamp is …
... an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment.
… an intense event with discussions, demos and interaction from participants who are the main actors of the event.
So that's our format. What are we going to discuss?
At HeartCamp, we treat the heart as the central core of what it means to be human. We create dialogue about everything that affects the heart, with emphasis on relationships of all kinds, including, but not limited to:
• Love and sex as well as one’s relationship with self
• Relationship to family, children, parents, pets, country and culture
• Professional relationships, heart connections to career and to money
• Relationship to the physical and spiritual heart, heart health and heart break
• Relationship to body, self-esteem, anxiety, addictions, grief
• Relationship to technology, medical technology, love in the age of the internet, the heart exposed
Unlike other unconferences, HeartCamp sessions are curated to ensure integrity. There will be at least two concurrent sessions this year, with possible mini "master-heart" sessions with coaches, space permitting, as well as rogue, last-minute sessions in true camp style.
Bring business cards for networking and for raffle prizes!
Everyone is required to register as the hotel needs a headcount for catering and space is limited.
If you would like to sponsor the event, please visit our Become A Sponsor page for more details. This is a no-profit, grassroots effort, so all contributions go to enhancing the event and supporting venue fees as well as lunch for speakers and volunteers. Contact the organizer for more details.
Cancellation policy: tickets will be refunded by email request withing 48 hours of the event. No tickets refunded after event.
When & Where
A grassroots, collaborative effort, HeartCamp is organized by Maria de los Angeles along with advisers and volunteers. For more information, please visit HeartCamp.