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Traidhos Wellness

To ensure good health: eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life. 

William Londen

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The Traidhos Wellness Programs address the provision of space and activity to sustain each person’s well being, supporting our belief that to move towards a sustainable community, we need to provide opportunities for personal fulfilment, happiness and wellbeing.


The vision of learning as a Three-Generation Community is often played out through the provision of wellness activities. Past events have included family days on the Three-Generation Farm, family buke rides and short family walks close to campus.


The Traidhos Wellness program responds to the interests of parents and community members. There has been a history of  personal workshops, talks, opera concerts in the amphitheater, meditation, mindfulness, cooking, yoga and tennis welcoming people from Chiang Mai, those visiting the nearby resort Pavana, Prem parents and extended family members. Programs may be facilitated by Traidhos staff, community members or visiting speakers.


Sponsored events have resulted in a celebration of Grandparents day with the Thai community and a residential event with grandparents and grandchildren from many provinces in Thailand joining together to learn with and from each other.


Wellness activities take place in many of the learning spaces around campus including the Three-Generation Farm, Traidhos Cooking Academy, Village Classrooms and open air halls.


Please contact the Head of Community with ideas of programs that you would like to participate in or are willing to lead.

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Traidhos Quarterly 

A celebration of Life long learning

This magazine addresses issues associated with Sustainability relevant to the wider Traidhos community.


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Traidhos Community Vegetable Sales

Interested in fresh, seasonal vegetables that have no travel miles attached to them? 

Each week, Three-Generation Farm will notify you of the vegetables available. Order on line and collect from the farm in the late afternoon. Please pay in cash to the Farm staff.

Occasionally other products may be for sale including our farm eggs, dried bananas and herb drinks.

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Traidhos Community Market

Usually held on the first Friday of each month during term time, Traidhos Community Market is a great opportunity to bring all members of the Traidhos Community together, along with local vendors who share our desire for healthy, sustainable food and products.

Held in Sala 1, opposite the main gate to campus, parents, students, residents and local people can rent a table and sell their goods.


Contact Khun Or if you would like a table.

All proceeds collected from the table rent, is used for the Beans for Dreams activity. (link to Traihdos CSR page) This provides funding for Traidhos activity staff to provide outdoor education activities to children in local schools or other institutions.

Traidhos Community Bread Sale

Each Friday during term time, Dominique Crauser of  Dominic Bread By The French Bread Collection P. Ltd. , comes to campus to sell fresh bread and pastries. You can find him in the Village Centre, opposite Banana Bike Shop.

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Traidhos Book Exchange

Visit the Club  and exchange a book you have finished reading with something on the bookshelf. Clean books in any language can be left for others to enjoy.

Please note: This service is temporarily suspended during covid-19

Banana Bikes

Traidhos Banana Bikes were donated to Traidhos Community by a former member of the Board. Community members may borrow to use around campus. Please check the bike before setting off, wear a helmet and take care.

Bikes should be returned to Banana Bike Shop. Paretns should supervise children using a banana bike.

A small donation is required for the maintenance of the bikes.

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