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Find your way back to nature

Do you feel lost and disconnected from the world around you? Are you working from home or are preparing to return to work after being on furlough?

Take some time out to slow down and relax, on an immersive, sensory walk in woodlands, green spaces and forests around Berkshire.

Learn new ways to de-stress through reconnecting with nature and sampling pure essential oils.

Using the Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku (forest bathing), spend some quiet, reflective time with like-minded people, as your senses gently wake up to the wonder and beauty of the natural world.

Scientific trials have shown that spending quality time in nature brings great benefits to our health and wellbeing. This includes quietening our busy minds, improving sleep, reducing blood pressure and boosting the immune system.

Love your local wilderness

Cultivate a child-like wonder about the flora and fauna where you live, and use these all-season sessions to discover and explore the green spaces in your area.

My nature connection packages cover the Reading, Bracknell and Wokingham areas will give you a choice of experiences. This includes:

– ‘Notice nature’ walks (up to 1 hour)

– Longer, slow-paced mindful walks to hone your nature awareness skills (1 1/2 hours)

– Shorter ‘virtual’ walks at lunchtimes (45 minutes)

– Immersive forest bathing sessions (2 to 3 hours)

In-person guided sessions are covered by public liability insurance, and risk assessments are regularly reviewed for individual walks and forest bathing sessions at each location.

“I really needed to unwind and the walk with Nicolette was perfect for that. I’d recommend the walks to anyone needing time out from their busy lives or to explore a new area with like-minded people.”

Nicky, November 2019 (Harris Garden Walk)

Ready to give it a try?

Book your time out in nature today and discover a new, accessible way to switch off.

All in-person sessions comply with the government’s Covid-19 guidance and are limited to a maximum of six people (including your nature connection guide).

For more details, read my Covid-19 policy about how I will try to keep you safe.