FREE WEBINAR TRAINING
Discover how nature can help us solve our biggest problems by reconnecting us and helping us grow more resilient local communities that can thrive in challenging times.
Hosted by Kyle Pearce, Experiential Learning Designer and Founder of Animist Ecology
Watch our new 30-minute webinar on creative ways to "rewild" the way you learn and develop ecological knowledge you can share with your community.
Nature connection offer the antidote to the high levels of stress and anxiety often felt living in such a fast-paced and hyperconnected society.
Exploring your senses and breathing consciously in the forest is one of the best things you can do to improve our health and well-being.
In this webinar, I’m going to cover how to reverse the negative effects of sedentary modern living and how to heal your mind, body, and spirit through nature connection.
I'm going to cover some habits and rituals you can build into your life to "rewild" your senses and reconnect to the healing power of nature even if you live a busy life in a fast-paced urban environment.
Here are a few topics I’ll be covering in the webinar:
1. Rewilding Planet Earth
2. Nature Deficit Disorder
3. Digital Detoxes and Nature Connection
4. Forest Meditation and Eco-Mindfulness
5. The Unifying Patterns of Nature
6. Cultivating A Sense of Tribe
7. Regenerative Ecology
I hope you’ll join me for this free 30-minute webinar.
It will only be streaming online for a limited time so be sure to watch it now.
Kyle Pearce is an experiential learning designer, naturalist and creativity educator who helps people harness the power of their creative gifts using the psychology of flow.
He started in Animist Ecology in 2016 to teach outside in the forest on group ecology adventures where people can learn eco-mindfulness practices, share their love of nature and explore their interconnection with their local ecology.
Kyle studied ancient and modern history at the University of British Columbia and the University of Victoria and has spent the last decade traveling the world studying ancient civilizations, regenerative ecology and meditation practices.