Happy Camp 2020
A new concept of tunnel camp.
Happy Camps are about using the free time you have outside of your flight time to learn a lot about how your body and brain work.
Well, not only is it fun, but it also makes it easier to manage a progression.
And when every minute of flight costs so much, it soon makes sense?
The idea was launched in 2018, with Satori Factory.
We have set up a first edition with the participation of Jenny Norin and Vincent Cotte in 2019, and you can read the report of this first adventure HERE.
Encouraged by the general enthusiasm, we did it again in 2020, and organised this week at the flamboyant Terminal Zero wind tunnel in Zaragoza, Spain.
In the morning, Marion, our fitness and yoga teacher, organised a little warm up to warm up everyone's muscles and to give them good habits to maintain for the rest of the season.
Then the flights began. Jenny and Vincent alternated the sessions, favouring dynamic exercises to help develop the sense of touch.
During the day we had a slot for workshops on different themes. This year we discussed the following ideas:
- Identify and remove learning barriers.
- The relationship to failure
- Focusing, anchoring and creating the right internal states.
- Visualisation techniques
- General health and nutrition.
In the evening, after the end of the flights (and the aperitif!) Marion gathered us for a little stretching/yoga, allowing us to stretch our muscles while taking stock of the day... To sum up, a very complete week, and with great people!
Thanks to all the participants of this second edition: Ludivine, Elo, Charly, Flo, Agathe, Mehdi, Igor, Antonin, JB, Valentin and Christophe? You did a great job and it was a pleasure to spend these moments with you!
Thank you to Terminal Zero for having pampered us by going so far as to create a vegetarian menu to please us, as well as to our dear Oscar for his driving onions.
Thanks to Noé and Eliot who managed my multiple booking changes before the camp started!
Thanks to Marion, Jenny and Vincent, who gave everything (and well!)!
And finally, thanks to our Alex Aimard, without whom all this would probably never have happened.
Hope to see you all at some point this year!