Wild - Wounded - Borderland
Open the Senses and Experience the Inter-Connection between Self and Land
- Inhabit the Borderland -
18th November at 5:30pm to 20th November at 2:30pm
At: Cwmbiga Farm, Nr Llandidloes, Powys, Mid Wales
Well-supported Deep Ecology residential weekend led by Gestalt/Eco-therapist Jane Cooke
£247 (inclusive) - £227 if booked by 14th October
Working in the particular landscape --which is both beautiful and wounded, opening up to all of our senses, recognising the range of senses that we have, and that respond to the wild within and without - inhabiting the borderland - where we experience through intuition, feeling and embodied responses the world that modern life denies. This weekend is a balance of out-door time and experience, time to reflect and process and time to consider the ideas and thinkers behind the work.
Cwmbiga Farm offers award-winning, high quality, eco-responsible, accommodation. With warm, comfortable, single room accommodation (some doubles if you want to share- no reduction) and food that is home-cooked, local, seasonal and organic where possible.
Wild Wounded & Borderland will be a small group - which means places are limited, you are encouraged to book early.
For more detailed booking information contact:
E: jane.cooke (at) heartfeltwork.co.uk T: 01597 860327 M: 07771950899
www.heartfeltwork.co.uk Jane Cooke is a Gestalt trained Ecotherapist. Jane has trained in Ecopsychology and has experience running Ecotherapy groups and courses. She has a working background that includes environmental management, working with mental health service users/survivors, arts administration, and prison counselling. Jane is a member of CAPO, Counsellors and Therapists Working Outdoors, and is a member of UKAHPP.