Feeling a little flat? Need a breather? I invite you to join one of my "In Your Element" one day events and explore the impact of the seasons, the elements and what's going on for you and the impact that has on your energy, confidence and sense of joy and purpose throughout the year.
Running through Earth, Fire, Air and Water, these events are restorative and uplifting nature-based day retreats which will help you rediscover joy, contentment and your brilliant "you-ness". With a small group of likeminded souls we get away from the chaos of every day life and out into nature, with a range of activities to help you find a little more headspace and send you off feeling lighter, more connected and with, well, more sparkle!
Based in a beautiful venue - and for some events, my beautiful Mongolian Ger - we'll spend time in the glorious countryside, slowing down to Nature's pace for a while. We'll walk, we'll talk, we'll tune in, we'll build campfires and we'll explore a range of exercises designed to rekindle your spark for life.
Throughout the day I'll be offering insights from my own journey as well as powerful tools from my One of many™ coaching toolkit (including the powerful Women's PowerTypes™) and Call of the Wild training in order to support you wherever you are currently at.
At the end of the day you'll come away with a sense of calm, a deeper sense of who you really are, and some positive actions for helping that wonderful person come to life.
"In Your Element: Earth"
9:00am - 4:30pm
"In Your Element: Air"
"In Your Element: Water"
"In Your Element: Fire"
Feedback from previous one day events:
"Thank you for a magical day. I connected with some wonderful people and learnt a bit more about where I, personally, find joy. A wonderful, life-affirming day. Thank you Jen." - Fiona Galbraith
"I loved the sense of being out in the unknown, and sitting around the fire with the others, sharing our challenges and successes." - Amparo Torregrosa
Be the first to hear about future dates
Want to come and join us? Dates for future "Sparkle!" events will be available shortly. Spaces are limited so register your interest now to be the first to hear when booking is open.
Do you love the idea of getting out in nature more regularly but are nervous of walking on your own, or don't know where to go? Do you enjoy seeing the bluebells glowing brightly in a sunlit glade, but forget what time of year they appear? Or love the crisp smell of fresh air and the burning-bright colour of autumn leaves, but never quite find the time to get out for that walk you promised yourself...? Wondered what that tree is, or whether you can eat those berries?
These 2-3 hour walks take you on a journey through the year. Each WildFire Walk has a different focus. You'll discover the bursting brilliance of Spring unfurling her finery in soft greens and whites and pinks, spot wildflowers and butterflies and listen to melodious birdsong as Summer brings warmth and life and golden light. Wrap up warm, stomp through crunchy leaves and forage for Nature's harvest as Autumn prepares the woods for their annual sleep, and delight in crisp, frosty mornings, holly and mistletoe and the clear light that Winter brings.
A magical way to get back touch with Nature's seasons whilst finding some time and space for yourself to relax, reflect and enjoy the rosy-cheeked satisfaction of a good walk!
A "WildFire Walk" is about taking the time to rest, reconnect and re-energise, combining the restorative and uplifting power of being out and about in nature with some of the tools I use in my coaching. It's so more than just a walk....we'll explore what's happening at this time of year in the woods, we'll stop, we'll listen, we'll reflect. It's a mini-escape from the busyness of every day life, with time to connect with likeminded souls and space to breathe and tune into what really makes you feel alive.
Feedback from previous WildFire Walks
"I had a wonderful afternoon. I thoroughly enjoyed the walk and seeing the beautiful scenery and wildlife, much of which would have gone unnoticed without your knowledge and guidance.
My highlights included slipping and sliding in the snow (and only ending up on my bum once), enjoying the serenity and beauty of the great outdoors, the rainbow, the rain, the sun bursting through the trees, the majestic beech and signs of spring growth. I'm really looking forward to the coming months' walks to see the changes in the seasons." - Paul Bassett