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Whether you are a company, organisation or group of nature lovers, come and experience a closer connection to nature, withdraw from life and work pressures, gain greater clarity and creativity, and enhance your wellbeing via a Wildlife Wellness Experience with me.

I offer...

 

  • Woodland trek

  • Guided Coastal hike

  • Beach Yoga or Yoga in the Woods

  • Sunrise meditation

  • Mindfulness session

  • Breathwork session

 

I can design a morning or afternoon Wellness Experience for you and your group. Please contact me at lucyann.prideaux@yahoo.com to discuss your Wildlife Wellness experience. 

I also run Women's Wellness Retreats with Rose & Glow

Wellness outdoors and in nature

The term "Wildlife Wellness" encompasses my love of the outdoors, as well as the deep knowing and understanding that we all need to embrace and absorb the natural world, in order to fully thrive mentally and physically.

 

There is strong interconnectedness between humans and nature. The term "rewilding" is a term most of us are familiar of.  Yet, rewilding our ecosystems is not just about protecting, repairing, and re-shaping the environment. Rewilding is also about improving our own health and well-being. Rewilding is not something that is only beneficial for nature, but also for humans.

We, as human beings benefit greatly from rewilding and connecting back into nature. Whether it is spending time tending to your garden, venturing out on a long countryside, woodland or coastal walk, braving a spot of wild swimming or just sitting quietly in open green space, our minds and bodies thrive in the natural world.

Spending time in nature has a number of proven health benefits, including:

 

* Reduced stress and anxiety: Studies have shown that spending time in nature can lower cortisol levels and increase serotonin levels, which can help to reduce stress and anxiety whilst boosting feelings of happiness.

 

* Improved cardiovascular health: Spending time in nature can also lower blood pressure and heart rate, which can improve cardiovascular health.

 

* Improved mental health: Spending time in nature has been shown to improve symptoms of depression and anxiety, and to boost overall mood.

 

* Enhanced cognitive function: Studies have shown that spending time in nature can improve attention, memory, and creativity.

 

* Stronger immune system: Spending time in nature has been shown to boost the immune system, making it better able to fight off infection.

If you are looking for ways to improve your physical and mental health, spending time in nature is a great place to start.

Escape conventional meeting and work spaces, and join me outdoors for a Wildlife Wellness Experience.

 

Please contact me at lucyann.prideaux@yahoo.com to discuss, and tailor your Wildlife Wellness experience. 

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