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The Nature Connection Series – Summer (Online)

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Entry Fee: Free
Virtual Online
May 21
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Peter O’Toole

*You can only RSVP for 5 attendees, please contact the organiser for more information

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Nature Therapy Events: Counselling, Wellbeing & Emotional Support

Workshop Facilitator: Sarah Hourigan, Nature Therapy Ireland

Requirement: use of microphone or messaging function on Zoom. We can help you if you need training on this before the workshop just let us know.

Online workshop:

Research has found that by adding even the simplest nature connection practices to our daily life we can experience the health and wellbeing benefits for months and years to come.

Join us for this interactive workshop in which Sarah Hourigan of Nature Therapy Ireland will guide you in exploring your connection to nature, to yourself and to a community of like-minded people.

Whether you simply have access to nature audio at home, indoor house plants, a balcony, a garden, local urban park, or if you are lucky enough to have access to a mountain, woodland, or beach this workshop will show you that there is no right or wrong way to connect to nature. Welcoming these practices indoors can often be just as powerful as outdoor work.

Sarah will draw on her background in psychology and research and years of experience working in the areas of nature therapy and forest bathing to share valuable knowledge with you in a relatable, attainable and actionable way.

Sarah’s aim is that you will leave this spring-themed workshop with new skills and tools to bring into your own life specifically as we enter the summer months.

Spaces are limited on this workshop so we advise early booking to secure your place.

Talk Structure

  • Welcome & intro to NTI
  • Opening discussion circle
  • Nature based creative invitations
  • Questions
  • Guided nature meditation/ visualisation
  • Closing discussion circle
  • Invitations for participants to continue the work themselves