Exploring Meaning in Life’s Transitions; a nature-inspired, creative workshop
Sunday 25th September, 2.30pm – 5.30pm
Is life changing around you? Are you going through or anticipating a personal change?
If you enjoy being in/with nature, finding new perspectives or exploring creative ways to connect your inner and outer world, then this might be a workshop for you.
A Journey to Meaning; a guided, reflective walk to Langdon
Sunday 25th September, 12.30pm – 1.40pm
I am offering an optional reflective walk to Langdon Garden for the above workshop.
As part of Kent Pilgrims Festival, guided reflection will draw on the idea of pilgrimage as a journey for greater connection with nature and oneself. We will meet at St Mary’s Church of Charity in Faversham and walk together through fields and along footpaths to Langdon Garden in Goodnestone.
A Creative Reflection on Life and Death (Online workshop)
15th May 2020
What did you do with your one wild and precious life?
Using creative writing and art, we will reflect on our life by exploring the idea of our own death.
The workshop aims to be a lighthearted and thought-provoking exploration of what our lives mean to us, and how we might make the most of them.
Knowing Where We Are
26th June and 3rd July 2021
“Knowing where we are” is a series of workshops of nature-based exploration into being, connection & purpose.
We will spend the day outdoors in a secluded outdoor classroom and local woodland, using the natural environment to explore how we relate and connect to the world around us, ourselves, others, and to our hopes and dreams.