Nurture Nature Workshops with Parents and Children

Parents nurture their relationship with the child, with themselves and with their connection to the natural world through exercising sensory awareness and quiet contemplation, relaxation and heightened awareness.

Restorative communication practices will enrich the capacity for both the parent and child's ability to connect through listening  with empathy as they ground and surround themselves in the natural landscape.

Come Wander!
Nature Connection Parent and Child Summer Program
Meet at the Crystal Palace in Perth
 10 am until 11:30 am
Parents and children meet every Wednesday morning in July.
$10 drop-in fee per family

Contact Laurie for more information: laurieclark777@gmail.com

“Is the soul solid, like iron? Or is it tender and breakable, like the wings of a moth in the beak of the owl? Who has it, and who doesn’t? I keep looking around me. “Is the soul solid, like iron? Or is it tender and breakable, like the wings of a moth in the beak of the owl? Who has it, and who doesn’t? I keep looking around me. One question leads to another.

Does it have a shape? Like an iceberg? Like the eye of a hummingbird? Does it have one lung, like the snake and the scallop? Why should I have it, and not the anteater who loves her children? Why should I have it, and not the camel? Come to think of it, what about the maple trees? What about the blue iris? What about all the little stones, sitting alone in the moonlight? What about roses, and lemons, and their shining leaves? What about the grass?"

—Mary Oliver

(Stephen Harrod Buhner, The Lost Language of Plants: The Ecological Importance of Plant Medicines to Life on Earth)

 

Contact Laurie to discuss registration details for Parent and Child Nurture Nature Workshops.

Restorative Practices

We are committed to moving forward in the spirit of respect with all First Nation, Métis and Inuit people.

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