Feature Event: Nature Journaling With Wildflowers in Kings Park
Discover something new! Nature journaling allows you to express creativity using words, pictures and numbers through observing the natural environment around you.
You will develop a nourishing connection with nature which is known to improve physical and mental wellbeing. Nature journaling encourages a growth mindset by forming new neural pathways through learning new skills and rewiring the brain.
Embrace creative practices and establish a foundation to embody life through expansion and awareness in partnership with nature!
What to Expect:
The group will gather at the Wildflower Pavilion in Kings Park, surrounded by the beauty of the botanic gardens. You will settle in and commence the workshop with a guided meditation to engage the senses and tune in to the rhythms of nature.
Following meditation, the group will take a gentle wander with nature to notice, inspire creativity or just be. Then you will be encouraged to allow your creativity to flow through a series of guided nature journaling activities. There will be opportunities for insight, through reflection and discussion with others. The nature journaling workshop will conclude with afternoon tea.
You will be guided by Belinda, a finalist for the FACET Golden Guide Award in the 2022 Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards. Belinda is an INFTA certified Forest Therapy Guide, registered Meditation Facilitator and environmental scientist, who through her own nature journaling practise, has developed a profound connection with nature and a greater awareness that we are part of something greater than ourselves.
The workshop is beginner friendly. No prior experience with meditation, drawing or journaling is required. All materials will be supplied. Suitable for 15 years and over.
For more details and to book, click here.
This event is supported by the WA Parks Foundation as part of Spring into Parks.