Camp Coco is a wellbeing and lifestyle brand based in the Philippines founded in 2018. Our vision is to be the best collaborator of the community in wellbeing and mindful living. Our mission is to provide engaging and accessible science-based programs and solutions in wellbeing and mindful living.
Nothing is fixed and exact in wellbeing so we customize our programs according to our client’s needs, goals and preferences. We are a diverse tribe of psychologists, adventure facilitators, recovery coaches, mindfulness coaches, yoga instructors and wellness advocates.
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If you would like to know more about what we do and how we started, here are some published articles about what we've done so far.
Reflections and Movements in Nature: Finding Healing with Camp Coco Mindful Days Retreat
March 9, 2020
At the end of the retreat, I asked one of the participants, the one who flew in from out of town, if she thought her trip was worth it. With a smile she said yes, yes it was. And then another told me that he doesn’t expect to find instant change just from one weekend like that, no matter how peaceful it had made him feel. Things don’t work that way. But small steps make a difference still, and sometimes that’s what matters. Making the small steps.
This Pinay Started A Company For Your Everyday Mental Health
January 27, 2020
We need to ask ourselves questions like, “How am I doing?” “Is this getting a little bit too much for me?” “When was the last time I took a break for myself?” “How much sleep am I really getting?” “Do I need to take a step back?”
TechShake Talks: The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship
January 28, 2019
It takes a lot to become a successful entrepreneur. With all the challenges that come with the profession, entrepreneurship calls for resiliency amidst all difficulties. But while founders can be strong enough to get through the highs and lows of running a business, it is important to remember that they are not invincible. As they say, success comes with a price, so we must ask what is the psychological price of entrepreneurship and how can we deal with it?