Nature 1 & 2 - Introduction to Earth Skills & Awareness
Nature 1 is a four day course which introduces you to earth skills and nature awareness through hands-on experience with a range of survival skills. It is an adventurous, informative and fun course which deeply reconnects you to the earth and your personal truths.
Some of the skills covered include:
• Shelter construction,
• Water purification,
• Primitive fire making,
• Bird language,
• Survival Awareness & Movement,
• Animal tracking,
• Basketry & string making.
We also have a local indigenous representative join us to share stories about Aboriginal culture and bush foods.
Our facilitators all have extensive experience with bush survival skills, are passionate presenters and have each spent considerable time learning from Australian Aboriginal communities, Australian and American mentors.
Instructors: Sam Robertson, JJ Bruce, Kate Rydge & Claire Dunn.
Cost: $550 (includes camping accommodation, all food and course tuition/materials).
Check out the schedule page for current dates and NSW/VIC venues.
Nature 2 deepens your understanding of the skills covered in Nature 1 and also introduces a range of new experiences such as building your own shelter, natural cordage bow drill (fire), animal traps, bush food, basketry and string making. We will dive more deeply into the skills of group awareness and body movement and start to explore the use of silence as an avenue for personal healing and growth. Nature 2 is a week long program and is held on our 100 acre block in Halfway Creek, NSW.
Instructors: Sam Robertson, JJ Bruce, Kate Rydge, Claire Dunn & Lee Trew.
Cost: $770 (includes camping accommodation, all food and course tuition/materials).
Check out the schedule page for current dates and venues.
“I loved it, it was a practical and spiritual learning. It has changed my life, my way of thinking…” Michelle
“I felt like there were all these instincts and senses waking up that I had never known existed…” Andrew Walker-Morison
“During these few days, life seemed to slow down, connections were deeply felt and challenges were resolved in a most natural and tribal way. I was unaware just how profound and transformational this time in the bush would be.” Libby Perkins