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Staveley Camp

Sawmill Road

Staveley, Canterbury 7771

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Experience Nature in a Way You Never Have Before!

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Shinrin Yoku is the Japanese practice of 'Forest Bathing'. You'll be guided on a gentle hour long (approx) walk through Staveley Forest during which you'll experience the rejuvenating relationship between humans and trees; the wonderful health benefits of consciously being in nature.

Forest Bathing is the simple practice of paying attention by slowing down enough to witness what is, in any given moment, and connecting with this in a way that is nurturing and real for us.

In witnessing that we are part-of and not separate from a larger whole, we find an integration, balance and appreciation that can be deeply transformational and healing in a world where separation and disconnection are rapidly the status quo.

Your Shinrin guide will be Jac Lovell of Kakariki Camps.

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Staveley Camp

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Keep Learning Mid Canterbury provides opportunities for Adult Community Education and is run by Connecting Mid Canterbury Charitable Trust. Each school term we put out a programme of approximately 10 learning events, open to the whole community. Volunteers & professionals share their skills and passions with others who come along - some events are free while others have a fee. Sometimes Mid Canterbury TimeBank members can pay in time credits and other community members pay with money.

Follow the Keep Learning Mid Canterbury Facebook Page to see what other events we have organised.

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