Offerings To Nurture Your Soul
Evidence-based research confirms that time in nature has profound healing benefits for physical and emotional wellbeing. Nature and your true nature come to know each other. The forest is the therapist…the guide opens the doors.
A passive healing practice where the body is fully supported by bolsters, blocks and blankets facilitating a state of deep relaxation. The nervous system calms and healing can take place. Being more while doing less.
Transformational journeying for individuals. You will end up exactly where you are meant to be, and you won’t walk alone. You’ll develop a warm-hearted connected presence with yourself, find and lean into your most authentic life.
Experiences blending magical combinations of Forest Therapy, Restorative Yoga, Personal Journeying, Mindful Self-Compassion, Meditation, Reiki and Sacred Sound. Customized with purpose and curiosity to ensure each individual or group receives exactly what they need.
A warm welcome from Beth and Niel. We feel sure it is no coincidence that you found yourself here. We know life can be overwhelming with career, family commitments, frenetic pace and feeling completely disconnected from our authentic selves. At one time we were both stuck in similar places. Some synchronicities and connecting the dots between what is and what is possible led us on a journey. Along the way we discovered some magical practices where we found deep inner peace and alignment with life purpose. We invite you to explore our offerings. We would be honoured to accompany you on your path to peace nurturing your own soul.…READ MORE
The Seasonality of Things
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Holding on to those moments of connection to ourselves
The perfect sit spot on the Matanuska Glacier in Alaska. This picture, taken many moons ago, long before social media and the ability to instantly share your every move. The physical landscapes remain unchanged but how we share those landscapes is oh so different...