Connect to yourself, others, and the landscape around you through walking, talking, crafts and guided meditation. An experiential course that helps you deepen your nature connection, with the comfort of a cosy yurt and wonderful views. Based on the Work That Reconnects.
This funded Wellbeing Course from Ecowild is to support your physical and mental health through nourishing practices in nature. A simple and accessible way to feel good, recover from the effects of the pandemic, and feel restored.
The morning will involve active practice such as a walk, gentle stretching, and also a mindful practice. There will be opportunity for discussion and reflection.
The afternoon will be for creative practice, including natural art and craft. Or you can take a guided wildlife and foraging walk to learn more about the plants, trees and animals in the area.
There is no obligation to take part in anything, you can see how you feel on the day.
If you are unable to come please let us know so we may offer the place to others. Given Covid restrictions, there are just 6 spaces.
We will maintain social distancing at all times, and touch points will be cleaned regularly. Please follow government guidelines on hand washing and hygiene.
As you would expect we would ask you not to attend if you have any symptoms of Covid19 or have been in touch with anyone who has symptoms or a positive test result.
Under current guidelines: "Support groups that have to be delivered in person can continue with up to 15 participants where formally organised to provide mutual aid, therapy or any other form of support - but they must take place at a premises other than a private home."
Please dress to be outside in all weathers. We will have the Somer Centre available for use during heavy rain and for toilet facilities, and otherwise will intend to be outside as much as possible. There is stone seating available and you may also bring a camp chair if you would prefer.
If you would like to book a place please click 'Book Here' and this will take you to a third party website from Ecowild.