Happy Easter to all! I hope you’re all enjoying a relaxing Easter week-end – and all the signs of the changing season.
I was out walking along the white cliffs of Dover today enjoying the skylarks singing over the fields, watching a fox sitting on the cliff edge (very unusual sight!), and losing myself in the flight of gulls circling below me over a very calm sea. After which, of course, I enjoyed a Easter egg or two 😉
With spring continuing to fight its way through (despite the chilly weather we have had in the UK!), why not join me for one of my local spring morning workshops at Byron’s pool Nature Reserve, Grantchester, Cambridge? All workshops involve mindfulness practices, meditations, games and discussions. They’re suitable for everyone – regardless of your experience of mindfulness or the outdoors!
- Introduction to Mindfulness of Nature (Sunday 15th April): Ideal for newcomers!
- Sensory Explorations in Nature (Saturday 7th April): We’ll explore different ways of seeing, listening, smelling, touching and tasting nature. Come and let go of your thinking mind and enjoy a sensory, playful morning of fun and relaxation outdoors!
- Exploring our Sense of Belonging in Nature (Saturday 14th April): We’ll explore our relationship with the natural world to (re) discover our innate bond with nature and how nurturing our sense of belonging in nature can support our well-being.
- Exploring Kindness and Compassion in Nature (Saturday 12th May): We’ll focus on kindness and compassion and why they are so important in the context of our relationship with nature – within ourselves and around us – for our own well-being as well as for that of all life on our planet.
For more information on all upcoming events: click here.
Please get in touch if you have any queries and I hope to see many of you soon!