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... creating spaces that calm, nurture, awaken and restore

The home of Forest Bathing in
“The Forest”

WELCOME 

Welcome to the home of

Wilde Earth Journeys,

the place to celebrate in, and connect with nature.

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Community

Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

The art of bathing in the atmosphere of the woods, learning to engage your available senses in new and exciting ways.

Discover connection and belonging in nature, where you simply feel at safe and at home.

"A Heart Shaped Land Between Two Rivers" - Dennis Potter

Community

Community is at the heart of what we do, all our profits go to fund more community engagement, boosting any funding we are lucky enough to have already received.

Look out for our FREE to access activities, and always ask us for any information you may need to have the best experience when you join us.

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Carers

Wilde Earth Journeys CIC in collaboration with partners has been providing Forest Bathing experiences for carers in Gloucestershire since 2021, and we are committed to raise funds to continue this offer as the results speak for themselves.

Bringing the carers together in nature benefits their wellbeing and also creates community.

 

Visual Impaired, Nature Connection

Wilde Earth Journeys CIC in collaboration with partners and created a training experience for guides, guides who work with the visually impaired.

We are teaching guides how to connect with nature utilising available senses other than sight, and also impaired vision too.

This way the trained guides can enable those they work with to engage with nature in new and exciting ways

We hope to develop this service more with the backing for Forest England

 

High School Engagement

Wilde Earth Journeys CIC has been working with a local high school delivering a mindfulness programme and gardening project during the 2022 summer term.

We saw benefits from both projects and are now keen to expand the ofering further a now seeking finding reading for the next accademic year.

Nature, mindfulness and garden cultivation are simple but very effective tools to enable and empower where needed.