Wild Gathering create and facilitate nature connection health and wellbeing workshop programmes, events, and guided mindful walks. They use a range of mindful and creative activities that help people to explore their relationship with themselves, others, and the natural world.
They also deliver the NatureWell programme, a nature-based approach to health and wellbeing designed by Natural Academy and informed by Derby University’s research into the 5 Pathways to Nature Connectedness.
Walk and talk and 1:1 ecotherapeutic sessions are also available.
Type of activities:
Mindful walks/Ecotherapy activities/Nature connection courses
Specialist client experience:
Adults with experience of mental health difficulties
“Inspirational, creative. Hugely helped me mentally, physically and spiritually.”
– NatureWell Course participant 2022 –
Worthing and Adur area
Depends on funding.
Public transport and parking:
Depending on location of the activity
Mon / Tues / Wed / Thurs / Fri / Sat / Sun
Depends on the location.
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