During a Creative Nature Retreat at The Hive, you will experience a relaxing soundscape meditation, enjoy forest bathing/shinrin-yoku, participate in a healthy eating interactive cooking session and produce an original artwork - a unique and meaningful experience designed to help you connect to nature and yourself. Join us!
Walk in the Woods at The Hive
Scientific studies point to significant health benefits related to Forest Bathing / Shinrin Yoku - also known as walking in the woods. Benefits may include a boosted immune system, improved mood, emotions, energy, focus, clarity and sleep. Walk with us at The Hive Centre.
Nature Immersion Retreat
For a full day, immerse yourself in nature at The Hive Centre. Enjoy a meditation in the forest, lunch by the creek and a nature inspired creative activity using natural materials. Eat, play and create with us! Gather a group of 6+ or contact me to add your name to a list of interested participants.
Wild Walks & Tastings
Take a walk and learn a little about the plants that grow wild at The Hive Centre and Bee & Bee. Feel the powerful effects of forest bathing and participate in an interactive cooking session and tasting. Click for information.
Nature of Self Art Series
Nature of Self Art Series is a program designed to help individuals and groups connect to themselves, nature and each other. A great personal growth and team building exercise - perfect for corporations, non-profit organizations, networking groups and youth. Learn more about the Nature of Self Art Series.
Nature helps me connect to my true nature. More than ever, I have been connecting with the natural environment at The Hive. We want you to experience it too. Developments underway to expand our forest offerings...
Have you ever noticed the animals and creatures that cross your path? They may have a message or meaning to consider. A few weeks ago I was at a cottage with my family and I was literally hit in the head with an insect that I learned was a Katydid. When I returned home, the same insect flew into our kitchen. I have never seen it before. I learned that the Katydid is about transformation – shedding old ideas and making way for the new. A relevant message!
I met Jothi at Community Innovation Lab where we discovered that we share similar interests in creativity, nature and community.Last month she launched HERSpace– a space for women to gather, connect, express and create. It was an honour to create a Mandala to celebrate the launch.