Forest Immersion (one day)
- Durée: 7 Heures (environ)
- Lieu: Pukeatua, Waikato
- Code produit: SMMNOW
To be at your best for family, friends and workplace you need to take care of yourself. Take time away from the fast-paced world and immerse yourself for the day in the freshness of nature. This may seem self-indulgent but unless you replenish your own resources you can feel drained and dispirited when encountering the demands of home and work. Refresh your energy and renew your perspective on life as you immerse yourself in the richness of an ancient forest environment.
You will be offered a variety of invitations to notice, reflect and interact with the environment by your experienced guides. Through purposeful slow walks, focusing on your senses and the gentle guided movement of Qigong you can explore your connections with the forest and feel your stresses drift away. All invitations are optional with some experiences as part of the group and some on your own.
We will walk at a slow pace with lots of stops and a maximum continuous time on your feet of just over an hour so the moderate track gradients and distance should not pose a problem to anyone of reasonable walking ability. We will be spending the day in Te Tūī a Tāne southern enclosure based in the Events Centre which provides overhead protection from the weather.
If the date you're interested in isn't available or you prefer to be invoiced please get in contact. Select the number of participants and choose a date, then select whether you require a wellbeing report and catering.
See also our Nature of Work package.
More about your Forest Immersion day hosts:
Rosie is a graduate of the Bodylight method, Bodylight integrates pilates, yoga and qigong techniques into a wholistic approach to the health of body and mind. She has practised and taught pilates and qigong for many years. Rosie is also a guide at Maungatautari and well versed in the ecology of the maunga. Forest Serenity will include qigong standing and moving forms with the intention of balancing and revitalising both body and mind. It involves a series of simple, gentle, flowing movements which are repeated.
Joyce’s life-long love of plants and the intricacies of Nature germinated in the north of Ireland and continues to grow here at Sanctuary Mountain where she works part time. Training in Ecotherapy intensified the enjoyment and benefits she finds in her relationship with the Natural World and has inspired her to show others ways to discover and deepen their own unique relationships with the Nature. Joyce has a Professional Certificate in Ecotherapy (Wilderness Reflections) and is a Graduate of Hakomi (Mindful Somatic Psychotherapy). As a somatic ecotherapist she works with people in a holistic way with a focus on their physical awareness and mental wellbeing through enhanced connection with the natural world.
Check Joyce's website out: www.naturallyconnecting.net.nz