Founder of Raw Spirit Festival
Happy Oasis is the founder of the Raw Spirit Festival, the largest & longest lived raw festival and is a major force in raw food enlightenment.
Happy is an adventure anthropologist
She has lived abroad for more than a decade thus far, starting at age 16 in Tasmania, mostly backpacking into remote, far-off-the-grid locations in more than a dozen countries, adopted by tribal families, also as an adventure guide, translator and scholar in Alaska, Australia, Thailand, New Zealand, Canada, California, the Himalayas and beyond.
She happily volunteered at refugee camps in Southeast Asia and at numerous orphanages and ashrams in India. Serving as the coordinator at Thailand’s largest meditation jungle monastery, she introduced raw vegan and wild-foraged foods to the monks, nuns and international backpacking meditators.
Yoga and Cleansing
After two decades of eclectic health studies, from universities to mountain tops, forest healers to wilderness sages to centers such as OHI, Optimum Health Institute, Happy served as a yoga teacher of kunjal kriya and translator at The Spa on Ko Samui Island of Thailand where she first taught what she had learned about organic raw vegan cleansing, colonics and natural therapies gleaned from living in the wild.
Happy Oasis has been a lifelong, gentle-but-persistent, cross-cultural environmental, peace, and social activist. Happy is an occasional orator and poet at symposiums, festivals, temples, retreats, churches, TV shows, radio shows, environmentally-educative cruise ships, colleges, universities and schools around the world
Bliss is the new Raw
She is the author of Bliss Conscious Communication and founded the Blissology University, affectionately called Bliss U or B.U. (Be You!) for short.
Happy is also a songwriter and poet, and raw vegan.
And she gave me a new nickname: Ms Raw Sweden!