Our day walks take place in the stunning landscape of Eryri (Snowdonia). The walks are led by Mia, a qualified Mountain Leader, and Caroline, a qualified Eco-Psychology Practitioner.
Caroline facilitates our walks on an emotional level, helping you to develop a deeper sense of place and time. She creates space for reflection on how what happens on the land can reflect and inform our state of mind. You’ll have the opportunity to explore and share your personal relationship with nature.
Mia provides practical leadership on our walks using her Mountain Leader skills. She demonstrates essential hill skills such as good foot placement, so that you feel confident and secure in a range of terrains. Mia holds an Outdoor First Aid certificate, so you’re in safe hands.
You’ll return energised, refreshed, and empowered to embrace the magic of nature close to home.
All of our walks start at locations with parking and toilet facilities, and often with an opportunity for refreshments. The walks span varying terrains and distances to include a range of abilities. Some of our walks are women-only, and others are for people aged 50+.
Facilitated by Caroline, our workshops focus on using art and nature-based themes to help you develop a nature connection practice that you can continue to use in your daily life. To do this, Caroline uses the NatureWell approach, developed by the Natural Academy based on research from Derby University. Encompassing five pathways to nature connectedness, it is a tried and tested way of working with people in nature that is both enjoyable and enriching. It will give you the experience and skills you need to forge a deep and meaningful connection to the natural world.
In 2023, our workshops included “Autumn Wellbeing & Journal Making” and “Wintering: Deep Rest with Restorative Yoga & Nature Connection”. Look out for our 2024 events from February!