# Hubs

# Introduction

Hubs are central to Life Itself’s mission to create a weller, wiser world. Hubs house members of the Life Itself community, and create a welcoming space to live and be, to share and connect.

Life Itself currently has two hubs: Berlin and Bergerac. Visit our website to discover more about our hubs (opens new window).

# Residency Agreement

The Residents’ Agreement (opens new window) applies to both long-term residents and guests.

# Principles and Practices

Our most important principles and practices are:

# Frequently Asked Questions

# The following FAQs are addressed explicitly in the Residents’ Agreement (opens new window):

  • What’s shared/common and what’s private?
  • What time do we spend together?
  • Can I eat meat? Can I drink alcohol?
  • Can my partner stay?
  • Can my friends visit me?
  • How do you manage conflicts?

# Who do I talk to if I have a question?

Every hub has a dedicated manager whom you will be able to contact with any queries.

# How are hubs run?

In the hubs, we make many decisions collectively. In doing so, we respect each other, maintain our principles (opens new window) and resolve conflicts (opens new window) with integrity, determined to transform conflicts into positive growth.

# How long can I stay?

The residency is available for one week minimum to three months maximum. For more information or to apply please see Short Stay (opens new window). If you would like to stay with Life Itself long term, then please apply (opens new window) to one of our homes.

# How does a typical week look like in the hub?

This varies by hub. For an example see the Bergerac Hub page.

# What am I part of?

Life Itself is on a mission to make the world a wiser, weller place. For more information, see the About section on the home page.