Worldwide, various studies and researches have now established that the natural world is vital for our physical and psychological well-being. Something we used to know when we were still connected to the earth and all its beings. Our connection to nature is a source of emotional support and self-regulation, it can provide metaphors and insights about ourselves and our relationships, it allows us to have a more embodied experience of our surroundings and nurtures our imagination. And by (re)developing a reciprocal relationship with nature, we also strengthen our sense of place, thus caring for it in our turn.
The purpose of my outdoor work is to help people retrieve their relationship with the natural world and feel better for it.