why nature?

Spending time in nature has numerous benefits to us physically and psychologically, such as lowering blood pressure, improving sleep, boosting serotonin levels (our feel good neurotransmitter), improving attention span, among many more. Movement benefits our mind and body. Young children require movement to help in the development of healthy brains, but people of all ages benefit from movement. It increases blood flow throughout the body and brain improving our cognitive function and helps reduce stress, which are just two of the many benefits movement has on our psychological wellbeing. By engaging our muscles we maintain our strength and ability to move. 

Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
Photo credit  Nancy Winton

Photo credit Nancy Winton

Step Into Your Power

  • Let go of what no longer serves you by releasing energy blocks

  • Get your needs met by improving your communication and relationship skills

  • Live the life you want by becoming more confident

  • Choose to say yes or no on your terms by learning to set healthy boundaries

  • Listen to your intuition by improving your self-awareness

My gift to you is a 30 minute discovery call to uncover your hidden dreams and step in to your inner power!

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mindfulness in nature

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Forest School

Forest School is an outdoor approach to learning whereby an individual is able to ‘learn through doing.’