In 2021 some of our offerings include:
* ‘The Work that Reconnects’ workshops
* Outdoor Learning and the Curriculum Professional Development workshop for Educators on November 20th.
2022 Offerings include:
*’The Work that Reconnects’ facilitator immersion weekend and training program
*Outdoor Learning and the Curriculum workshop
*A weekly nature connection program
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Some of the offerings we have coming up in 2020 include:
*Autumn Equinox Water Blessing, 5pm, Friday June 20th, Windsor.
*Work that Reconnects Immersion weekend + facilitator training, with Emma Brindal and Em Maltby, June – July 2020. More information TBC.
*Outdoor Learning and the Curriculum: A Professional Development Workshop for Educators, date TBC.
More information on these will be available soon.
30th November, 6 – 9 pm: The Work that Reconnects Introductory Workshop, Herston.
The Work that Reconnects is a body of experiential work developed by Deep Ecologist Joanna Macy. This workshop will provide an introduction, touching on the four stages of the Work that Reconnects which aim to:
– Deepen our appreciation for the gifts of life;
– Provide a space for recognising the feelings we have about the environmental and social problems that concern us;
– Enable us to see from new perspectives;
– Deepen our understanding and awareness of ourselves
– Empower and inspire us to take new action or be able to sustain the work that we do.
The workshop will run from 6pm to 9pm, and a simple dinner will be provided for us to share at the start.
Suggested contribution: $25 – $35 according to your means.
For bookings, go here.
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Saturday 20th February 2016, 9am to 5pm, Herston
This workshop will explore how the cycles of the moon, seasons, our lives and our menstrual cycles and their correspondences can teach us about living with the rhythms of nature. We will tune in to the wisdom of the maiden (young woman), mother, maga and crone, all of which can offer guidance in Earth healing. We will also share some experiential practices and rituals that can foster deep listening to and a deeper heart connection with Mother Earth, and hence participate in her healing.
Contribution: $85 (Full) / $65 (Concession card holder)
Facebook event here
About the facilitator: Emma Brindal is passionate about social and environmental justice, living lightly, working with women, and fostering connection and care for the Earth in others. She has been offering Earth Connection workshops since 2008 and holding women’s circles since 2010. She is excited to be bringing these parts of her life together in this workshop, which will also draw from her learnings and experiences as a recent graduate of the School of Shamanic Womancraft.