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workshops

Our workshops can be customised for various groups;  for government departments, schools, private companies and not-for-profit organisations where we can deliver in-house, at times and dates to suit you. The content can be adapted to the needs of the group and customised to address specific outcomes.

 

For individuals we deliver our workshops through community centres and collaborative sharing venues. These workshops are open to everyone and we will advertise the details of where and when on our Upcoming Workshops page. 

 

We strive to be flexible to meet the needs of all, so please feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements.

 

a sample of some of our workshops

Why You Need Nature workshop is a great place to start to understand the origins of our neurological and biological connection with nature and how such connection frames how both our mind and body perceives, and responds to, the world. Importantly, we look at the impacts of urbanised life and how to address these impacts through creating your own nature dose

Nature for Creatives workshop is geared towards anyone whose work requires the flexing of creative muscle, coming up with innovative solutions or inspiring others to think laterally.  Nature for Creatives draws out the neurological response to pattern systems inherent in nature and explores how these can benefit your work.  The workshop also explores the specific neurological benefits from contact with nature which can restore creative thinking and foster the unique psychological 'flow' state of extreme and effortless focus.

Parents might be interested in understanding the importance and impact of early contact in nature for their children.  Our Kids Need Nature workshop explores the developmental impact of contact with nature on the child's brain; how the sensory perceptions of sight, smell, touch, hearing and taste are all developed positively from natural environment experiences, whereas overexposure to some aspects of urban living is detrimental to healthy development.