2023 Well-being Walk Dates & Events.
Regular Nature Connection boosts health, relaxes the mind and lifts the spirit. Many of us feel this intuitively and instinctively. Now new nature-based science is proving it.
Ian Banyard has been offering his unique approach to nature-connection since August 2014. Ian runs limited monthly membership walks introducing people to Natural Mindfulness, Forest Bathing and the therapeutic benefits of walking mindfully in nature.
Ian also provides Natural Mindfulness & Forest Bathing guide training for those who share his passion for guiding others to a deeper connection with nature and their true nature. Contact Ian for more details. Ian has trained Natural Mindfulness guides in many countries around the world.
To find out if there are any trained UK and International Natural Mindfulness guides near you, join our new online Community Platform hosted by Mighty Networks – Nature Connection World Community
Take a Virtual Forest Bathing with Natural Mindfulness Walk.
Book a Walk in 2023
Join our CNM Online Community Group at Nature Connection World CNM Online Community Group at Nature Connection World where you can share your experiences and photos of your walks with us. Plus meet new nature conscious friends locally and all over the world, discover connections and find out about my Natural Mindfulness walks and other nature connection walks/events/courses in the Cotswolds and in many other locations in the UK and abroad..
“Click here to Join Nature Connection World Today” it’s free membership with over 700 members already joined who share our passion for nature connection.
New for 2023 “Pay it Forward Wellbeing Walks”.
How “pay it forward” works. – Starting this year (2023) my first Natural Mindfulness Well-being Walk of the year will be free to attend. At the end of this walk and future walks, participants will have an opportunity to donate towards a place on a future walk. In other words ‘gift a place’ to someone on the next walk- “pay it forward”. There is lots of evidence to suggest that random acts of kindness like ‘paying it forward’ can boost our well-being. I feel this approach aligns beautifully with Natural Mindfulness well-being walks. It also enables those who can benefit from a well-being walk, but maybe struggling financially, have an opportunity to attend. Learn More about Gifting walks.
My Next Pay it Forward Wellbeing Walk
SATURDAY 4th MARCH (9.30 – 11.15) The Old Prison Cafe, Northleach, GL54 3JH – Reserve a place today!
Here is a useful article with some hints and tips to help you prepare for a Cotswold Natural Mindfulness walk:
As well as walking with us, there are other opportunities to connect available – click the links below for more details:
1. Join our Online Community Nature Connection World
If you would like to be kept up to date with courses, walks and events, connect with like hearted nature lovers and share photos, videos and posts and your Nature Connection experiences in a safe online community, you are welcome to join us. Membership is FREE.
Nature Connection World Cotswold Natural Mindfulness Community Group
Cotswold Natural Mindfulness Guide Neil Gayler has a Facebook group for local walkers too.
Cotswold Natural Mindfulness Walkers Local Facebook Group
2. Train as a Natural Mindfulness & Forest Bathing Guide with Ian.
Click Here to visit my Natural Mindfulness Guide training Page.
3. Buy your own copy of “Natural Mindfulness – your personal guide to the healing power of nature”, Copyright © Ian Banyard 2018. ISBN 978-1-9995849-2-4 First Published July 2018
CLICK HERE to purchase a copy today.
4. SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel
Watch 4 Steps to a better connection with Nature and SUBSCRIBE to WATCH others like this on my channel.
Ian Banyard is founder of Cotswold Natural Mindfulness, and author of Natural Mindfulness – your guide to the healing power of nature connection. In this video Ian shares his 4 steps to help you develop a healthier connection with Nature, your true nature and with others. There is so much scientific evidence now to support our intuitive sense that immersing ourselves in the natural world is good for our mind, body and spirit.
Enjoy the video, and CLICK HERE for more videos and to SUBSCRIBE.