The Wild Work Place

T: 07961 485048

E: hardiness@thewildworkplace.com

Developing Tough Well-Beings & Nature Smart Leaders

Hybrid Forest Bathing

I offer a unique 121 half day life & leadership experience. I utilise natures intelligence to look at your map of the world. The way you frame & perceive your life. I aim to help step up your life motivation, leadership skills, toughen wellbeing & shape your aliveness. You are how you navigate!

Traditionally Shinrin Yoku – Forest Bathing, provides a bridge to nature. It is an embodied awareness experience. It includes restoring attentional control, reducing stress, improving cognition, feeling calm & in flow, decreasing bad chemicals, increasing essential chemicals, heightening awareness & accepting natures invitations.

I take this a step further. I take the sensory experience & link this to understanding natures intelligence & systems. I will coach you in how nature helps your life & leadership mental skills. I will cover the science, deep psychology & biophilic experience. Back home stress actions will be agreed.

I want to make sure you avoid ‘Karoshi’ – the Japanese word for ‘death from work’. Hence, I will build your Mental Toughness. I will help you develop a nature smart different mindset focusing on your confidence, commitment, control & challenge.

 The experience involves half day walking in Yorkshire, dedicated 121 psychological coaching & teaching, an online mental toughness psychometric with follow up telephone feedback & handouts. Traditional Shirin Yoku offers a tea ceremony. I offer an alternative pub/coffee visit at the end of the session.

The price is £425.00. Ideally the experience normally runs between 9 until 2. These timings are flexible to match diaries.

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Please call me for a chat on 07961 485048 or email me at hardiness@thewildworkplace.com

 

Give me a call – 07961 485048 or Email me at hardiness@thewildworkplace.com

“The greatest discovery of any generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitude”. William James