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Well-being and fun - be it group activities, songs or cooking recipes - at WuppDays or elsewhere.
Expect nothing, experience lots!

Main working areas:

  • documenting and researching the idea of lamâsch, which is unconditional physical proximity
  • ideas on how to have sustainable, natural and communal health care
  • collecting creative output of our members, like poems and songs
  • recording information about permaculture and cooking recipes

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Lamâsch

From the early stages on, there was a culture of body contact emerging in yunity. Since February 2016 it has a name: lamâsch, or unconditional love in the stricter yunity sense and the act of physically expressing it. Over the following months various contributors helped describing what lamâsch means to them, where the opportunities lie and how to handle problems. The outcome is an elaborate body of theory, which contains various different schools of lamâsching, a list of who is up for what and introductory and core texts.

Health and Care

Lara Earthling started to research existing systems of alternative health care to find a fitting way of implementing this important topic into our community. A lot of knowledge about wild herbs that grow in Europe has already been gathered. Since food and medicine can sometimes be as good as synonymous, the permaculture section also is part of this, as well as cooking recipes and everything related to sports.

Creative output

Sometimes we hold open stage events at WuppDays, sometimes we come up with a song while peeling potatoes. Whatever the circumstances of their creation, here we collect the artistic expressions of yuniteers. So far we have poems, songs and the transcript of a skit performed at the open stage in Rotterdam.

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