Spending time in nature brings us closer to who we really are

Mindfulness in woodland

Practicing mindfulness in a woodland setting can provide recuperation from the pressures of daily life, enhancing sensory skills through immersion in nature. Learning to pay attention and notice living things within the woodland not only helps deepen awareness but promotes a sense of connectedness with nature that can be very soothing
Monday 26th Feb, Monday 12th March, Monday 26th March
“My first Mindfulness in the Woods on a damp Monday morning in March was magic! If you’d like some “me time” outdoors with a group of like-minded people then I highly recommend it…”

Deirdre Peck

Tuning into nature
Learn how to use your senses to tune into the woodland scents, sights and sounds
Being mindful is about
Paying attention to the present moment and taking notice without judgement
What you’ll take away
Simple and gentle mindful activities you will be able to practice  at home
Your mindfulness leader
Susan Collini, a qualified Level 3 ‘Mindfulness in Woodlands’ practitioner leads the sessions
Tranquil surroundings
A private, ancient 20 acre woodland completely surrounded by fields
Smile from the inside
Co-connection between woodland and self that can deliver feelings of inner calm, and positive emotions
We hope you will accept this invitation to embark on a journey
Mindfulness in woodland
With practice it’s possible to learn how to tune into the natural world, promoting co-connection between woodland and self that can deliver inner calm and positive emotions

Individual session

£35.00  Includes – 2 hour session, refreshments & free parking

Three sessions

£90.00  Includes  – 3 x 2 hour sessions, refreshments & free parking

Woodland location

Sudborough, off the A6116 between Thrapston and Corby

Oxlip Wood, Sudborough, East Northants