What can nature teach us in an era of uncertainty and change?
Thursday 30 September 2021 Via Zoom*
7.30 – 9pm UK time price £12 or £7 or free (see below)
Workshop tutor: Sarah Spencer
We associate woodlands, forests and other natural ecosystems with growth, connection, adaptation and resilience, but often struggle to experience these in our own lives – on a personal level, in our societies and with regard to our uncertain and changing world.
In this interactive workshop we will explore principles derived from nature and how we can learn from them in a real and practical way for the circumstances we currently find ourselves in.
This workshop is relevant for all types of challenges:
- personal, both physical and psychological
- changing circumstances
- Covid-related issues
- worries about the state of the world
- concerns about the future
We will also explore how we can use nature’s wisdom to be part of the solution to the world’s problems rather than becoming paralysed in the face of uncertainty.
Come engaged, up for some thinking and prepared to join in with the group.
I can’t promise that we will solve all the world’s problems in an hour and a half, but you will go away with some great ideas from nature’s 3.8 billion year old success story of thriving in times of change.
*Zoom is a video platform that is easy to use and we’ll send out more details about how to access the course and use the platform nearer the time.
Cost: £12 payable in advance. Places are limited.
- Places for people with low income (under 15K) are available at £7.
- Places for people 18 – 25 years are available for free (or you may prefer the free workshop on 6 October for young people)
- Sorry there are no refunds available for this course, but if you are unable to attend please get in touch and we will try and accommodate you on a future workshop.
If you would like to take this workshop with a view to going onto the Think like a Tree programme there are more details here.
You can also turn your passion for nature into a career by becoming a Think like a Tree facilitator.