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Landplay Therapy in its 4th year ...

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Embodied Ecology: A Relational Vision

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Embodied Eco-Spirituality

Posted by Allison Priestman on November 21, 2018 at 12:37


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The admin team of this website do not use or pass on any personal data (name, email) provided by members at the point of application. The admin team (five of us) have access to members’ emails address. Personal email addresses are not visible…


Created by Viola Feb 20, 2010 at 9:59am. Last updated by Emma Palmer (was Kamalamani) Apr 5, 2018.

Uploading photos

Here are some clear instructions on how to replace blue flower wth your own photo:

1) Go to 'Settings' on top right hand corner of any page (NB don't go into 'photos' as this will upload your own mugshot into the place for communal photos!)

2) Click on 'browse' button beside photo - this will give you access the files on your computer 

3) Click on your photo of choice - the name of that file should then appear in the box beside 'browse'

4) Click on 'save' - which…


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How might this apply in the UK?

The legacy of European invasion and colonization all over the world has yet to be resolved or healed. Reparations for extreme damage have rarely happened. Settlers in former colonies are now changing how they acknowledge the land and its past as…Continue

Started by Linda Buzzell in General on Sunday.

Walking In Balance - Residential Workshop with Annie Spencer- Cornwall

For inquiries and bookings please email workshop is a special opportunity to be held…Continue

Started by Ellie Rose Little in Other Mar 28.

Invitation to explore the Ecological Self

Hello,I'm a MSc student on the Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytic Practice and Research programme at the University of Exeter.I'm interested in the concept of the Ecological Self and the human sense of self in relationship with the non-human or…Continue

Started by Nikki Swan in General Mar 26.

Edge of the Wild earlybird rate ends April 1st!

Just a reminder that you have only a week left to get the earlybird reduced rate for the Edge of the Wild Gathering in July. Full details:…Continue

Started by Nick Totton in General Mar 24.


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