Upcoming Nature Connection Experience Sessions

Upcoming Nature Connection Experience Sessions

May 2, 2019 courses 0

Reconnect in Nature is running two more Nature Connection Experience sessions in the beautiful Minwear Woods near Narberth. You are invited to join us to experience the health benefits of Shinrin-yoku (forest bathing) and the joy of connecting with nature

– Engage in nature awareness
– Deepen your connection with nature
– Experience the therapeutic power of the woods
– Slow down, notice and connect with yourself

Date: Sunday 26th May 2019
  Time: 1.00 – 3.30pm –

Sign up here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nature-connection-experience-tickets-61240250237


Date: Saturday 15th June Time: 1.00 – 3.30pm

Sign up here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nature-connection-experience-tickets-62054455547

The exact meeting point for each session will be shared once you have signed up.

Tickets are £12.00 full price and £8.00 concessions (unwaged, students)
Maximum of 8 places

Our aim is to introduce you to Nature Connection and the benefits that being in the woods can bring to our physical and emotional wellbeing. As a small group, we will spend time opening up our senses to deepen our appreciation of nature. The group will be guided through some simple mindfulness activities and there will be opportunities to share aspects of your experience with other group members. The session will end with a sharing of tea.

This Nature Connection Experience involves gentle exercise and requires a basic level of fitness. We will be walking slowly on rough paths, up a slight hill and over some uneven ground, for a distance of 1-2 miles. Please arrive wearing suitable footwear and appropriate clothing for the time of year. Your lead facilitator will be Suzi Tarrant, one of Reconnect’s Volunteer Leaders.  Suzi works as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist and has a special interest in ecotherapy. She is passionate about the natural living world, trees and woodlands and loves trail running around the many paths and forest areas near her home town of Narberth.