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Thu, 27 Jan



How to stop hurtling - wellness strategies inspired by nature.

How to stop hurtling! Inspire a slower pace and a clearer, calmer way of living learning from the resilience and wisdom of nature. This workshop is great for anyone wanting to learn more ways to look after your own mental health & well-being. Also learn more about coaching in nature with WTMG.

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How to stop hurtling - wellness strategies inspired by nature.
How to stop hurtling - wellness strategies inspired by nature.

Time & Location

27 Jan 2022, 18:00 – 19:30 GMT


About the event

An online workshop to help you find a calmer, slower pace in life. 

If you feel like you are always busy and perhaps not always feeling like you're getting any where? This introductory workshop will help you explore ways to enhance your well-being inspired by nature. 

The session is a safe and supportive place to find practical resources to help you manage time, reduce stress, calm overwhelm and find focus. 

We will give you a new vocabulary for a slower more purposeful pace in life, including letting you in on the art of "Studfudding" our own terms for a more meaninful pace in life.  Helping you change your beliefs, ways of thinking, manage the uncomfortable feelings of expectation,  saying no to stuff and finding heart in your day to day. 

We always say nature is a co-facilitator in our sessions and even though this event is online, there will be plenty of nature based thinking to help you nurture valuable strategies. 

The workshop is also a chance to find out more about our nature based coaching and how we work with people to better connect with self and nature.  Help you understand why we are all about People, Planet and Purpose and why we chose coaching with a green conscience. 

Please let us know in advance if you have any specific learning needs/requirments to help you enjoy and engage in the online session. 


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