St Nicks Ecotherapy guide to make a festive wreath

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Archive for November 2020

Make a festive wreath – seasonal ecotherapy

Early December is the perfect time to connect with nature through some reflective and sensory time foraging for willow, ivy, pinecones and other natural goodies that can be added to a festive wreath. Shop bought wreaths often have fake foliage and almost always include wire, whereas our Bearing Fruit group make their wreaths with 100% […]

Posted 26 November 2020 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Bearing Fruit, ecotherapy

Fancy Ta(l)king Action?

3 reasons why YOUR actions matter: join us on Tue 15th January 2020 for Ta(l)king Action It’s good to see the government somewhat stepping up its ambition to tackle climate change and stimulate a green recovery from the Covid pandemic. We could argue over how revolutionary the 10 Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution […]

Posted 26 November 2020 | Categories: One Planet Living

Green spaces, gardening & wellbeing – Relaxation

This blog is part of a series based on the infographic by Decorative Aggregates. Read the previous posts here. In this month’s blog we’ll be looking at how being in a garden or out in nature can help us to relax. There are many daily stressors in life but one of the best ways to […]

Posted 23 November 2020 | Categories: Ecotherapy, Inspiration, Opinion Piece | Tags: bacteria, breathing, connection, deep breath, earth, ecotherapy, grounding, mental health, mental wellbeing, nature, relaxation, seratonin

Adventures in the Becks

We have spent a lot of time in and around the becks this year. In a year when we’ve all had to keep our distance from one another, spending hours exploring Tang Hall and Osbaldwick Becks from the water, as well the overgrown banks, has been a thoroughly rewarding but responsible activity to keep us […]

Posted 18 November 2020 | Categories: Inspiration, Natural Habitats, Wildwatch

Coping with eco anxiety

This blog by Ecotherapy Assistant Hannah Kenter is part of a series exploring some of the latest research and debates in the field of Ecotherapy along with nature inspired tips for how you can put the research into practice If you’ve been feeling unsettled about environmental issues of late there are some practical tips that […]

Posted 11 November 2020 | Categories: Ecotherapy | Tags: ecotherapy