Explore your connection to the land through wild stillness, mindfulness, and soil
A hands-on, full-day experiential workshop in the woods
2017 dates tbc
In an age where nobody seems to be at home, in this full-day experiential workshop in the woods, we’ll be using earth-based art and ritual, alongside mindfulness-based nature practice to reconnect with the land and the places where we live, the better to be at home with ourselves.
There’ll be space during the day to settle, and to explore your connection to nature and how this feeds your work, and your home life.
Because "there is no house like the house of belonging."
Through the experiences of earth-based art, ritual, wild stillness and mindful connections, you’ll have the opportunity to start a deeper conversation with the land, and to share with others, as you explore your place on the earth.
The day will include:
“Dirt is community at many levels”
pic: Field for the British Isles, by Antony Gormley
For this special hands-on, experiential, outdoors workshop, we’ve brought together two leading nature connection facilitators who've devised the day, and will co-lead: Natasha Lythgoe and Alistair Duncan.
They've been inspired to do this by the work of artist Antony Gormley, and their recent training and studies of Bill Plotkin and David Abram.
The day runs from 10am to 4.30pm.
The cost is £60, which includes a vegetarian lunch.
(Numbers will be limited to 15 participants max.)
The venue is Vert Woods, near Laughton.
(Directions will be sent in advance.)
Book now to secure your place!
• Wear suitable clothing.
• Tea, biscuits, and lunch are included but do bring snacks if you'd like.
• Suitable for adults only