AfterLife camp was created from the holy connection between Heaven and Hell
True to its name – AfterLife is where you go when you wish to proceed from your normal everyday life. A place where each one can choose his or her pleasure – Heaven or Hell.
Both Hell and Heaven are Hedonist by nature – pleasure to the body, mind, and soul are at the center in this camp. In that spirit, Hell is connected to the painful aspect of pleasure – a full and active S&M club where everybody can experiment and experience their sexual pleasure and passion. Heaven is a place to connect with the more gentle side of pleasure - touch, massage and sensual sexuality.
Due to the camp’s nature, participation is limited for 18 years old and over who are not afraid of exploring and enjoying their body, spirit and sexuality, alone and together.
In order to provide a safe and healthy place for such activity, the camp crew is trusted to strictly uphold the camp rules:
•Each person may choose their pleasure.
•No person may be touched without its full and informed consent. Any activity in the camp will only take place under full consent of all parties involved.
•NO means NO! – At any stage.
These rules are to ensure that each person has the freedom, liberty and peace of mind and body to achieve full pleasure and to fulfill his/herself in any way they choose.
In order to expand the pleasure outside of the camp’s public area, the private areas of the camp are also planned to be fun and enjoyable. This includes a private lounge area for the camp’s members only, a fully staffed kitchen serving several meals a day as well as drinks (soft and alcoholic) during day and night, functioning showers and full access to electricity both in public and living areas.
Achieving these goals requires lots of resources.
To participate in the camp, beyond buying a ticket to MidBurn 2016, each person is required to pay camp fees (500 NIS upon early registration. Price may rise as you near the event) as well as active participation in camp activities before, during and after the event.
The camp is a sum of all its members – no employees, everybody works. This includes creative meetings and gatherings towards the event, help in transportation, preparation and loading camp gear, as well as building and operating the camp during MidBurn and disassembly afterwards.