Sat, 09 Oct | Godstone

Nature Connectedness for Wellbeing with Surrey Wildlife Trust & MGP

Join us at Bay Pond, a glorious Surrey Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve & SSSI as we explore the 5 Pathways to Nature Connectedness developed in response to our global nature connection crisis. A fun, interactive day designed to reconnect us with ourselves & with nature!
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Nature Connectedness for Wellbeing with Surrey Wildlife Trust & MGP

Time & Location

09 Oct, 10:00 – 16:00
Godstone, Bay Pond, Godstone RH9, UK

About the Event

For full course details and to book your tickets click the link below which takes you to the website of Surrey Wildlife Trust:

For Tickets click here which redirects to the Surrey Wildlife Trust website

Ticket price (discounts available pro rata)

  • Members of SWT/ Students:  £50.00
  • Non-members:  £62.00

Tell me more...

Join us as our founder Victoria takes us through the 5 Pathways to Nature Connectedness that were developed by Professor Miles Richardson, Ryan Lumber and David Sheffield in the UK in 2015, in response to our global nature connection crisis. 

This fantastic one day course has been developed to provide an introduction to each of the 5 Pathways and will offer accessible and practical suggestions to improve individual Nature Connection. 

At the end of the day you will have developed a toolkit for some of the best ways of being in and interacting with nature!

  • Connect, recharge and relax using simple mindfulness/meditative practices
  • Use fun and inspirational practical activities to discover nature around us
  • Explore how each pathway can help us to deepen our own connection to the natural world, and improve our own sense of wellbeing in the process.

There will be no more than 12 people in your session.

A delegate from our last session wrote: I thought it was a really well- balanced course- between theory & practice, and also between more formal presentations by Victoria and informal discussions with everyone sharing ideas/ experiences. It was great to have a variety of different 'homework'... - some more creative, some more observational.  I enjoyed looking at nature through the different lenses of painting, photography, poetry & folklore too, as it gave new perspectives.