Welcome to ISTA South Africa

Africa is calling, and she is WILD.


Why Attend the ISTA Training in South Africa?

Welcome to the heart of the Rainbow Nation, where the landscapes are as diverse as our people, and the spirit of ubuntu runs deep. South Africa, with its vibrant cultures and stunning natural beauty, offers a truly unique backdrop for your transformative journey with ISTA. Here’s why attending the ISTA Level 1 Training in South Africa is an opportunity like no other:

A Land of Incredible Beauty

Imagine beginning each day with the golden sunrise over the rolling hills of the Garden Route, surrounded by fynbos and the sounds of native wildlife. Our retreat in Sedgefield places you in one of the most picturesque parts of the country, where mountains, forests, and ocean vistas come together in a symphony of natural splendor. Here, nature’s raw beauty provides the perfect setting for deep reflection and personal growth. Plus, where else can you have a spiritual awakening while being serenaded by a Knysna loerie?

Embrace the Spirit of Ubuntu

In South Africa, we live by the philosophy of ubuntu – the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity. This spirit of community and interconnectedness is woven into our training, fostering a supportive and inclusive environment. Our diverse cultures, each with their own rich traditions and perspectives on sexuality, create a fertile ground for profound learning and mutual respect. Think of it as the world’s most enriching braai, where everyone brings a little something to the table.

Groundbreaking Need for Sexual Healing

South Africa is a place of contrasts, where ancient wisdom meets modern challenges. Our society’s complex relationship with sexuality, influenced by a multitude of cultural norms and historical contexts, underscores the critical need for healing and transformation. ISTA’s teachings on conscious sexuality, shamanism, and Tantra are not just revolutionary here – they are a much-needed balm for collective wounds, paving the way for a more open, empowered, and joyful approach to sexual wellness. It’s like finally finding the right key to unlock a very stubborn door.

Rustic and Authentic Experience

Our training is set in a rustic, off-grid retreat center that reflects the raw, untamed beauty of South Africa. Forget the trappings of luxury – this is about reconnecting with nature and your wild self. With basic amenities covered, you’ll find that simplicity brings a deeper focus on your internal journey. This third-world charm, with its honest and unpretentious vibe, provides a grounding force that helps you shed the layers of modern life and tap into your primal energy. Plus, nothing says "transformative experience" like making friends with a boomslang (from a safe distance, of course).

The Cradle of Humankind

What better place to lose and find yourself than in the land where humanity began? South Africa, often referred to as the Cradle of Humankind, offers a profound sense of connection to our roots. This ancient soil, rich with history and mystery, holds the stories of our ancestors and the promise of our own rebirth. You’ll feel like Indiana Jones, but with more introspection and fewer ancient curses.

Stir Up Your Wild Heart

It’s wild out here – and that’s exactly the energy you need to stir up your wild heart. The untamed landscapes, the vibrant local cultures, and the sheer life force of Africa will ignite your spirit and fuel your transformation. This is a place where you can truly let go, embrace your authenticity, and embark on a journey of self-discovery like no other. It’s like the Lion King, but with more spiritual enlightenment and fewer talking animals.

Join us in South Africa for an ISTA Training that promises not just personal transformation, but a deep connection with the land and its people. This is your chance to be part of a unique experience that blends powerful teachings with the magic of Africa. Are you ready to awaken your wild heart?

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