I invite you to explore our beautiful island landscapes, perhaps seeing them with new eyes through sensory wanders. The pace will be slow, with many pauses, allowing time to be, and connect deeply with our surroundings.
These sessions are informed by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku, aka Forest Bathing, and also by pan-global indigenous practices of gathering in circles. Identified as one of the top 5 wellbeing practices globally for at least the last 5 years, this is a nature-based practice to come home to yourself and nature.
Wonderful for leaving the mundane world behind for a few hours, with lasting resourcing effects, being nurtured by nature.