Liz with Anthony Mullally
Professional Rugby Player
Join me in-person for your 'once a day' gentle exercise on a 1-1 forest bathing walk in a woodland on Broughton Hall Estate.
Spending time outdoors, in nature can:
Enhance your emotional wellbeing
Reduce any stress or anxiety
Improve your mood and vitality
Social distancing adhered to at all times.
During the walk, I will offer a series of sensory connection invitations that:
will help you to 'come out of your head' and give your mind some rest by engaging emotionally with nature. You will simply notice the good things in nature and experience the joy and calm nature can bring.
support an embodied present moment experience by inviting you to notice and engage with nature through the senses. You will simply listen to birdsong, or smell the earth or watch the breeze in the trees.
will enhance your overall wellbeing. Many studies show that being in nature reduces stress and anxiety levels.
We end the walk with tea and snacks around the fire in the woodland.
Liz with Julia Moir-Jones
CEO & Founder Culture Calling
As at 5th January 2021:
Exercise outdoors (limited to once a day) is permitted. "This includes meeting one other person from another household in an open public space to exercise"
For outdoor exercise: This should be done locally wherever possible, but you can travel a short distance within your area to do so if necessary (for example, to access an open space)
Liz with Gary Breeze
Designer & Sculptor