N a t u r e t h e r a p y
What is nature therapy?
Nature Therapy is a 2 hour meander covering only a few miles. Inviting you to awaken your senses in a quiet, calm manner allowing you to reconnect as nature, then a little wildlife spotting and learning about our surroundings on the short wander back after enjoying a relaxing and sensory experience in nature.
What should I expect?
The walk is done at a very slow pace. At intervals of the walk I will invite you to awaken your senses one at a time, while standing, sitting, walking or even lying in nature. it is as simple as that! Just time and space for you in nature.
Even though this is a group
activity you are given enough
space and freedom to make
it your own journey to
reconnect, not with, but as
As your guide, I am here simply
to take away time and
destination and suggest a way of opening your senses
to enhance your journey. While providing a safe environment, along with answering all your wildlife and 'New Forest' questions.
This is an important thing to remember, it is YOUR journey to take from the experience what you need, allowing nature to be your guide and healer by giving your immune system a boost, relieving aches and pains re-balancing and quietening your mind, improving your mood and leaving you grounded, revived and inspired by nature!
Can everybody take part in Nature therapy?
Because of the nature of the therapy allowing you to have no responsibility, Nature Therapy is not suitable for children under 15 years old and dogs are not permitted. The walk is taken at a very slow pace and only covers a few miles, so achievable for most fitness abilities.
Where does Nature Therapy take place?
Depending on the time of year Nature Therapy takes place on different parts of The New Forest, but if you would like a group booking for a destination of your choice Nature Therapy can be carried out in parks, gardens, fields etc.
Nature Therapy cost £15 per person.
Price to be discussed for a tailored group Nature Therapy session.
How much does it cost for Nature Therapy.