at Brazier Park
When: Dated tbc June 2018
Stop the clocks, put down your load, turn off the phone and come with us into the woods, giving yourself the gift of nature and nurture. Held in the arms of old Mother Dartmoor we will create our village, make fire, tend our hearth, cook delicious meals, and forage for wild foods.
Learn how to deepen your connection to nature and your feeling of belonging to the land.
Share crafting and laughing, story, song and sisterhood. Ancient skills, working with fire, foraging, wild medicines. Yoga, meditation and deep relaxation. Time under the stars, and the ancient practice of the sweat lodge or the moon lodge.
Who is it for? For women who would like to get closer to the wild side of nature, develop their intuition and learn some skills for practical and personal resilience. Max 20 participants.
Dates: 2018 dates tbc
Venue: High Heathercombe Centre, nr Manaton, Dartmoor
Permaculture design for the self and our communities. This immersive residential course will enable participants to confidently apply Permaculture design tools to personal and social settings. We will explore the role of nature connection in resourcing ourselves, our creativity and our design process. (more…)
Building Wholistic Teams, Events and Culture using the 8 Shields model
with Jon Young
When: 11th – 12th March 2017
We are excited to have Jon Young join us for this weekend event. Jon is the founder of the 8 Shields movement and the author of two books on nature connection. He has been developing this work for over 30 years, spending time with indigenous people around the world exploring the wisdom of connective culture and nature-based living.
Dates: 7th – 23rd July 2017
Venue: Keveral Farm, nr Looe, East Cornwall
The Permaculture Design Course at Keveral Farm marks 23 years since the first design course hosted there.
The course is a unique opportunity to live and learn with like-minded people in a supportive and beautiful environment. (more…)
When: NEW DATES: 9th – 11th May 2016
Where: High Heathercombe Centre, nr Manaton, Dartmoor
Facilitators: Klaudia van Gool and Mel Lamb
Investment: £195, concessions £120, fully residential, 2 nights accommodation & food
Course Summary: An experiential programme of group work, self-exploration, deep nature connection and ceremony.
Finding strenght and inspiration in challenging times
A 2 day residential based on Joanna Macy’s ‘The Work That Reconnects’ took place Friday evening 6th – Sunday 8th Feb 2015 at The Grange.
New dates will be arranged, if you want to be notified use contact form below.
The workshop will support you in finding inner strength and capacity to face the enormous challenges we face in the world today.
It is an opportunity to connect with yourself, others and all of nature, seen and
unseen. We will create a space where you can share your thoughts and feelings, discover new ways of looking at the issues and find a response renewed with inspiration and strength. We will spend some time outside.