Harvest Wellbeing
11-13 October 2019, Six Senses Kaplankaya
We return to Kaplankaya's beautiful shores for the second edition of Harvest's original event. This time we're delving deeper into the topics at the heart of this life-critical area and the fundamental issues that are challenging us, both as individuals and collectively as mankind.
The program
We will embark on a learning safari with a lineup of lectures on a handful of curated topics from some inspiring, world-renowned speakers and leaders in their field. In addition to elevating our understanding of wellbeing, we have handpicked a few presenters whose hands-on workshops will help us tune into the mind, the body, the earth and much more. Join this extraordinary group and forge new friendships and connections within this future-defining area.
Talks
David Whyte
Poet
Dr. James Doty
Neurosurgeon, Author, Founder of Center for Compassion
Ping Fu
Board member, Burning Man, LongNow Foundation & Live Nation Entertainment
Andrew Huberman
Neuroscientist & Professor
Tania Boler
Founder & CEO, Elvie
Alberto Villoldo
Psychologist, Anthropologist
& Author
Workshops
Lisa de Narvaez
Founder
Blisspoint Breathwork
Bibi Brzozka
Energetic Lovemaking
Hanli Prinsloo
Freediver & Ocean Conservationist
Founder, I am Water
Performance
Pablo Saveedra de Decker
DJ, performer
DJ Equal
DJ, performer
Islandman
Musical artist
Culinary
Celia Lam
Director, Eat with Six Senses
Haru Kishi
Executive chef, Summit Series
Tickets
If you'd like to join us for Harvest Wellbeing in 2019, simply fill out the whole form below and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
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What is included in the price of a ticket?
  • 3 nights at the award-winning 5* Six Senses hotel at Kaplanlaya (Fri, Sat & Sun)
  • A full 3-day programme of inspirational talks, workshops & performances
  • Unique gastronomic experiences by world-class chefs including wine pairings & cocktail receptions
  • Unlimited access to Six Senses' on-site facilities & activities including 10,000 sqm spa*
Where is the closest airport?
The closest airport is Milas-Bodrum Airport.
What are the transportation options?
  • Private land transfer: €100 for one way.
  • Helicopter transfer: €900 for one way.
  • Private boat transfer: €650 for one way.

Do I need a visa for Turkey?
It is possible that you will need a visa to visit Turkey. Please check on this website to see if you require one and be sure to organise it well in advance as this can take a few days to process.
When does the event start and finish?
The event will start from the morning of Friday 11th October and finish late on Sunday 13th October. We recommend staying from Thursday 10th October to Monday 14th October in order to take full advantage of the weekend's talks, workshops, performances and experiences.
Is the full program available?
Stay tuned, a version of the program will be available soon.
Will there be any alternative food options available?
Yes, there will be gluten-free and vegan options available for our Harvest Wellbeing guests.
What is the cancellation policy?
Full refunds will be issued for ticket bookings up to 30 days before the event.
What is the dress code?
The event takes place on the beautiful Aegean coastline with ample opportunity to lounge in the sun and go for a dip in the sea to cool off, so be sure to bring beach wear. Otherwise the dress code is casual, however please note that evenings can sometimes get a bit chilly so it's best to bring something to wrap up warm.