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Nature Based Wellbeing Programmes

for Organisations

Nature Based Wellbeing Programmes for Workplace Teams

Bring your team into Nature: a great meeting room for the best kind of meetings!

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Why Nature Based Intervention Programmes?

The pressures of remote working, furlough and the new "normal" are proving challenging for many employees. On a Nature Based Intervention Programme, we harness the power of Nature to:

  • reconnect teams

  • improve mental health

  • boost morale

  • improve communication

  • have fun! 

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What's Involved?

A Digital Detox: start the day by handing in your phones!

Forest Bathing: a slow and silent walk experiencing nature through the senses. It's all about coming out of the head and turning down the volume of the cacophony of inner thoughts!

Woodland Lunch: what could be better than bringing the team together for lunch around a fire? 

Afternoon/Evening: time can be spent having team meetings and/or there are a range of guided outdoor group activities to choose from including: 

  • Wild Swimming

  • Sweat Lodge

  • Foraging

  • Moorland Hiking

  • Mindful Walks in Nature

  • Medicinal Herb Walk

  • Walking a Labyrinth

  • Fire Temple storytelling/ drumming


Choose your Programme

Each programme includes experiences focused on wellbeing, collaboration and how to incorporate nature into daily life. 

  • The Pen-y-Ghent: A one day immersion starting at 9am and ending at 5.30pm

  • The Ingleborough: Two days, one night: starting at 2 pm on Day One and ending at 5.30pm on Day Two

  • The Whernside: Three days, two nights: starting at 2 pm on Day One and ending at 4pm on Day Three

*All programmes can be adapted to suit requirements* 


The Venue

Broughton Hall Estate, Skipton, North Yorkshire


A 3000 acre Estate with a mix of rolling meadow pastures, ancient woodland, heather moorland, wild reservoirs and meandering rivers.



For The Ingleborough and The Whernside Programmes, Broughton Hall Estate has a selection of outstanding places to stay.


Who are the Programmes For?

The programmes are beneficial for organisations which have:

  • remote workers

  • ​new teams forming

  • teams with high workplace pressures 

  • intentions to build/ improve trust and effective communication 

  • concerns about the mental and physical wellbeing of their employees

  • teams that need to get to know each other better and have meaningful conversations without the restrictions of hierarchies, or the day-to-day distractions of screens, phones or interruptions. 

"If nature has taught us anything it is that the impossible is probable"- Illyas Kassam

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