Welcome to my workshops page.

At the top you can see the calendar of all bookable workshops. 

 In the boxes below you’ll find fuller information on the range of workshops that I am likely to run during the year. There will be some new offerings coming too. 

Workshop Calendar

All Workshops for 2023

Mindfulness in Nature

This workshop will take you on a gentle journey to train your mind and body to be more fully present to all that is going on both inside you, your thoughts and emotions, and in your environment, through the wonderful world of nature. 

Part of Sussex Wildlife Trust’s education programme at Wood’s Mill Nature Reserve.

Breathing through the Feet

This workshop is very similar in content to the Mindfulness in Nature session with a stronger emphasis on nature connection.

It is more “glamping style” with a lunch of local produce provided and transport into the location.

It is located in the less visited upper woods at Stamner Park in association with Living Coast (Brighton and Lewes Downs Biosphere).

Wild Mind

Wild Mind is a seven-week workshop programme running two or three times a year. It is designed to help those struggling with mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, and low self esteem. It’s also great for those for whom the pandemic has taken its toll.  

It is based in the lovely setting called  Breathing Space in the Stamner Organics area in Stamner Park.

Wild Weekends

These are a summer of Nature-focused camping weekends hosted by the folks who run the Into The Wild festivals. I am offering workshops alongside a great programme of other activities, workshops, speakers, music and performance. You have to come to the whole weekend and not just me – obviously!

I am running workshops Sunday mornings: June 6th and 20th, July 4th and 18th, Aug 8th and Sept 5th.

the odyssey

This six month programme is a journey involving deep nature connection, transpersonal psychology, awareness practices and embodiment approaches informed by neuroscience and shaped by a poetic aesthetic. It will be a shared, experiential laboratory where we will explore what it means to be human, in the context of the more-than-human world, in the midst of our current civilisation.

In its first year it will be open primarily, but not exclusively, to those who have previously done workshops with me.