(image description: a woman with long, dark brown hair tied in a ponytail sits in a meadow of long green grass with her back to the camera. She has pale skin and is wearing a black and white pullover. She holds both her hands up close to her face as if studying something in detail)
After the success of our online workshop last year, we are running two separate one-day Kinship@Home workshops this year. We hope these workshops will be able to welcome you wherever you are in the world (time zone permitting!)
Each day will be broken down into bitesize pieces to allow you to spend plenty of time away from the screen and in the outdoors. To participate you will need:
- Good internet connection with a zoom account
- A mobile device (e.g. smartphone or tablet) with headphones/ earphones for audio instructions (PDF version also available)
We invite you to think about a place near your home that you can easily access within about 20 minutes. This could be a garden, a local park or even a balcony… somewhere you can be outdoors and feel connected to nature and the elements around you.
During the day we will spend some time waking up our senses, moving our bodies, going outside, sharing our experiences and listening to others speak about nature connection.
ACCESS: This online workshop will use Zoom (captioning available). Any audio/ visual material will have captioning and we will do our best to provide audio description where appropriate/ possible. There will be someone attending to the chat function throughout the workshop. Regular rest pauses will be spread throughout the day as well as time spent away from the screen. We will encourage participants to follow their own pace and take additional breaks if needed. Please get in touch if you have any further access requirements or questions.
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE
WORKSHOP FEE per workshop: This is a 1-day online workshop with a tiered fee based on annual income. Please add the appropriate Price Category code to the BOOKING FORM from the table below.
A percentage from these workshops will be donated to a cause that Pat McCabe/ Woman Stands Shining introduced us to: K’eh Native Action.