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In April, spring begins to truly show itself once again. Buds burst open and warmth arrives briefly this month, in-between the showers and we begin to open our windows once again after winter, to let the light and fresh air in. We are past the Spring Equinox now and nature begins to burst into life. So come and share some springtime joy in the forest with this wellbeing in nature walk where we allow ourselves time to slow down and notice the extraordinary benefits to our health when we do so. There will be gentle guided nature practices for you to try. The session is 3 hours and will take place at the Surrey Wildlife Trust's private wildlife reserve Nower Wood. See here for details on the location


We'll meet in the car park 10-15 minutes before to begin promptly at 10am, finishing at approximately 1pm.


Celebrating Spring -Wellbeing In Nature Forest Walk

  • Science has proven that spending time in nature boosts our immune systems, reduces stress hormones, enhances mental wellbeing and bolsters our brain health. It can provide emotional healing, decrease blood pressure, improve general sleep-wake cycles, improve relationship skills, reduces stress and reduce aggression.

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