Who We Are
Since ancient times humans have worked with nature, connecting to the cycles of the earth, through the passing of time and the changing of seasons. This connection is fast becoming lost.
We now live in an age where there is decreasing access to outdoor space, heightened fear for safety and increased use of technological equipment. This means that time spent in the natural world is becoming less and less. This disconnect is beginning to show negative effects on both our physical and mental health and our general sense of well being.
Research shows that interacting with nature increases a person's creativity, confidence, curiosity and empathy, promoting better mental and physical health.
Our team are all passionate about finding ways to help people reconnect with the natural world and each other. Between us we have a broad range of experience and knowledge, each bringing our own individual style and skill set to the work that we do.
All of us are DBS checked, Outdoor First Aid trained and fully insured.
We believe that it is important to keep the Welsh cultural heritage alive and present. We are currently working towards incorporating Welsh language tuition within our home education sessions and will post updates on this in our newsletter.
If you would like to work or volunteer with us then please get in touch.