Make a fire successfully every time. Develop a deeper connection with fire.
When: New Dates TBC
Where: Woodland Play Centre, Quantock Hills, Somerset
Experience a whole and supportive culture in a nature-connected ‘village’ .
When: 19th – 21st October 2018
Start: Arrive 4pm Friday for a 6pm start
End: 4pm Sunday
Where: Near Moretonhampstead, Dartmoor
Facilitators: Peter Cow, Rebecca Card, alongside a team of inspiring nature connection facilitators.
I will be co-facilitating ‘the Return’ programme, for participants who have already been on ‘The Village’.
A transformative retreat in nature.
When: June 2019 – exact date to be confirmed
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.
Invite me to come and build and hold a sweat lodge ceremony on your land or use an existing sweat lodge.
The Inipi (meaning Life Within) is the native American Lakota form of the sweat lodge: a ceremony in a hand-built, wooden structure covered by blankets. Stones are heated in a fire, placed inside the structure and water poured over them to create steam. Sweating in a controlled way in a ceremonial setting can bring about healing and a deeper sense of connection, to bring ourselves back into balance.