Down To Earth: Mindfulness March

£10 Full Price and £8 Concession

Jamie Quince-Starkey from Down To Earth Project presents a series of talks bringing the important conversations around nature, our connection to nature and our own nature to the debate. These talks are about having real conversations with people who are doing interesting things, sharing their stories, their knowledge and their wisdom.

But this series of talks are not your average event. We want the audience involved as much as possible, that means you ask the questions on what you want to know.

Join us as we learn together.

How important is it for humans to have a relationship with nature and what are the benefits of spending our time outdoors?

In this month's talk we delve into nature and its effect on our mental state and wellbeing. We will talk about how nature can be used in a therapeutic manner, how we are bound to nature and what is meant by nature connectedness!

Our Guests for this talk include:

Dr Ruth Allen - Psychotherapist, Outdoor therapist and writer - Ruth specialises in outdoor practice and nature connection and in 2019 she became the CIC DIrector of 'Rooted for Girls', a unique woodland-based Psycho-educational programme for teenage girls in the North of England.

Hollie-Anne Passmore - PhD and part of Professor Miles Richardson's research team in nature connectedness at the University Of Derby. Hollie-Anne is a positive Psychlogy researcher focusing on three main areas: 1) How connecting with nature can enhance wellbeing, 2) Meaning in Life and 3) The Sense and Experience of Being Alive.

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