After taking this year as a sabbatical from running Sacred Ecology: A Rewilding Apprenticeship, I am pleased to announce that the registration has just opened for the 2019 edition. I wanted this year (2018) free to evolve the work I present during the apprenticeship and to combine the year 1 and year 2 (weaving wildness) […]Read More Personal Rewilding Apprenticeship
I am such a kimchi addict! I love it more than any other ferment and although not exactly as straight forward as a simple sauerkraut it is certainly not challenging to make. Whenever possible I love to include wild ingredients in my creations and kimchi is no different, remember – the more wild you eat, […]Read More Wild Kimchi Recipe
I have spent the last ten days relaxing! What a luxury and something that if I am anywhere close to the average person, that most of us don’t make half enough time for in our busy day to day schedules. I spent my days observing the lives of sea eagles and wagtails, a huge variety […]Read More Relaxation & Creative Inspiration…
Happy new year 2018! Thank you for supporting my work during 2017 whether it was through reading my blog, following me on social media, buying my books, attending my workshops or reaching out to me for mentoring. What follows below are images of a few of the places I spent time in 2017 that inspired […]Read More Make 2018 a Year for Falling in Love Over & Over Again…
“When you begin to recognise the intelligence in nature and our invisible connection to it, you realise that you are never alone. Life and spirit flows through all things, but first you must lift the veil of illusion that has kept you from seeing, feeling and knowing for so long. Switching back on, tuning back […]Read More Rewild your Christmas!
Forest bathing is gaining popularity in recent times as it has become more widely discussed in mainstream media. But what is forest bathing? Forest bathing originated in Japan where it is known as Shinrin Yoku. It was established in 1982 by the forest agency in response to the increasing levels of stress and anxiety suffered by the […]Read More Forest Bathing ~ Shinrin Yoku
I have just spent a week with a group of my rewilding apprentices. It is their second year working with me as when their rewilding apprenticeship came to a close last autumn they opted to continue with their personal rewilding work, taking it further, taking it deeper. I held space while they each spent dawn to […]Read More Weaving Wildness