With Rowena Gerrert
Recorded live at 01:00 PM on Wednesday 04 November 2020
Our ability to spend time in the natural world is increasingly limited. Access to wild spaces is tightly controlled. They are only accessible to a privileged few. Both practical and social barriers deny many the ability to spend time in nature. At what cost?
In this episode of Delightful Dissent, I'm talking to Rowena Gerrett. We'll explore why access to the natural world is more than just an escape from our normal lives. It is fundamental to our individual and collective wellbeing. We'll find out if nature is indeed a luxury.
Rowena is a coach and facilitator and the founder of Rowan Tree. Her work recognises that so many of us live in a way where we feel disconnected between our minds and our bodies, between ourselves and the natural world and that this can feel chaotic and fearful, or simply ‘too much’.
She works with individuals and groups to move to a way of being that honours mind, body and spirit, where we connect fully with our needs and intentions and celebrate our true nature.
Working in an embodied way, through the lens of deep connection with nature, and combining this with evidence-based techniques from psychology and neuroscience, she supports people in moving to a place of connection, trust and purpose.
Rowena's website - https://www.rowantree.uk.comWalking Through Winter workshops - https://www.rowantree.uk.com/walking-through-winter/