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About the day

“Not everybody has to be an artist, but everybody can be one, if not a painter, dancer or writer, then an artist of living.”

In  this  day  we  use  creativity  and  curiosity  as antidotes  for  being  in  a  rut,  a  diminished  sense  of excitement  for  our  work  or  general  lack  of  energy. Through freeing  up  the  mind and  challenging habits of  thought  we  can  bring  a  renewed  sense  of
aliveness  and  resilience  to  life  and  work.  We  offer tools and techniques that everyone can implement to help  themselves  to  develop  an  “out-of-the-box”  –thinking,  self  confidence  and  leadership  to  get  or keep  the  creative  juices  flowing,  whether  it  be  to solve  concrete  problems  or  to  free  self-expression.
Join us for this day and leave refreshed, empowered and  ready  to  approach  any  upcoming  challenge  at work. 

ABOUT The 'nourishing the frontline' - programme

The 'Nourishing the Frontline' - programme has been funded and developed for frontline organisations in health and social care, counsellors, coaches, youth workers, social workers, community workers whose work is typically characterised by low resources, high demands and a high risk of burnout. The aim is to grow effectiveness and wellbeing in work, for you and your team, through practical skills which nourish your resilience and expand your capacity.

About the Facilitators


has over 25 years experience in working with a mindfulness based approach to wellbeing with groups and individuals, and has also incorporated ecopsychology and the wisdom of natural systems into her work in many different settings.

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Supports individuals and groups to navigate through change processes self-efficiently and independently. He combines mindfulness, leadership approaches and result-oriented design processes to bring innovation and empowerment to teams and organisations.

To find out more contact us: or speak to Daniel Koerner on m 07599774716

About the wood

Hazel Hill is a magical 70-acre wood 7 miles from Salisbury, with a great diversity of wildflowers, trees and fungi, providing a variety of landscapes and habitats. The retreat centre at the wood consists of beautiful off -grid wooden buildings, campfires and beautiful open spaces, offering unique scope for people to deepen their connection with nature and learn about living renewably.

Visit the Hazel Hill homepage and check out other events at the wood.