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Nature connection: exploring mindfulness in the garden 

19:00, Wednesday 13th June
21:30, Wednesday 13th June
London | Camden | Camden Town
The Regent's Park Allotment Garden, Regent's Park, Inner Circle
The Regent's Park NW1 4NR (map)


Connect to self, to others and to nature in the garden. Feeling connected to nature has been shown to be beneficial to wellbeing and pro-environmental behaviour. In this session you will:
- Discover new practices for developing a deep nature connection.
- Play games that will use all your senses to increase your awareness.
- Find our how direct experience, rather than knowledge, will provoke your curiosity.
You will take away simple and inspriring experiences that will be useful for you and could easily be shared with others.
Trainer: Ida Fabrizio

Ida is passionate about finding ways to connect people on the city to nature. She has been involved in community food growing in London for the past 10 years. She has run many urban food-growing workshops, has worked for Sustain on the initial Capital Growth project, had been a patchwork farmer for Growing Communities and facilitated the set up of the Castle Climbing Centre garden where she is still based. For the past few years she has deepened her learning in nature mentoring through leadership training in outdoor experiential education and facilitating deep nature connection at Schumacher college and Wildwise in Devon. She runs an after school wild club for children at the Castle garden and she loves inspiring curiosity in both adults and children in the outdoors and practicing using all our senses through activities and games.Book via

Nature connection: exploring mindfulness in the garden

London | Camden | Camden Town


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