Lakeland Wellbeing offers wild wellbeing events & weekend retreats including forest bathing & mindfulness, foraging & bush craft skills, full moon women’s circles, cacao ceremonies & Reiki courses.
Jen Grange, founder of Lakeland Wellbeing, is a natural wellbeing coach, forest bathing guide, mindfulness teacher and Reiki Master teacher. Having worked in the conservation sector for many years to heal the land, she now works with the land to heal people. Fostering a deep connection, she works with the seasons and cycles of nature to bring about harmony and healing.
Jen has always turned to nature to soothe away the stresses and strains of life and ward off unhappy feelings. “Nature,” she says, “is a wonderful place to relax and heal; in nature there is no judgement, just acceptance and space to breathe.”
As a mindfulness teacher, Jen understands how nature can connect us to the present moment, allowing us to let go of our worries and just ‘be’. She loves to share the healing power of nature, so you too can experience the physical and emotional benefits and begin to develop your own practice of reconnecting with nature and reconnecting with yourself.
The beautiful & ancient Lake District landscape is the perfect setting for connecting with yourself and nature, taking time to heal and resource yourself with new tools & techniques to make your world a better place.
Jen’s full moon women’s circles, cacao ceremonies, Reiki & retreats offer you an entry point to a deeper level of spiritual connection, opening the door for you, so you can explore further. Feeling into the energies of the land, working with the elements & moon energy, with drumming and ritual, it is an experience you won’t forget.
You can book as part of a group for all activities or have your own privately guided experience for individuals, couples, hen dos and group gatherings.
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|Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
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At Whinlatter Forest and other locations across the Lake District. Sessions start from Noble Knott Carpark at Whinlatter Forest, the first Forestry England carpark on the left as you go up Whinlatter pass from Braithwaite (opposite the layby overlooking Bassenthwaite lake). Here is the what3words code https://w3w.co/flexibly.baseballs.maker This 3 word address refers to an exact 3m x 3m location. Tap the link or enter the 3 words into the free what3words app to find it.
Honister Rambler Service 77/77A operates in the summer months to the Visitor Centre (a request stop is required for Noble Knott carpark).
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