you're Overworked and underslept, but not sure where to find rest?
You're Disconnected and out of touch with yourself?
you crave nature but lack the confidence to get outdoors?
you're looking for a new way to grow?
You'd like to gain more skill and independence?
You want to explore more of what nature has to offer?
Do you ever feel like...
Set in Kent's Ancient Woodlands, join us as we sleep out in nature’s 5 Billion Star accommodation for two days of meditation, bushcraft, walks and earth science.
Focused on building skills and connecting with nature, The Woodland Escape incorporates practical and academic education alongside wellbeing, to leave you feeling refreshed, energised and inspired by the wonder of the natural world.
In collaboration, Get Out Girl x Wild Eye Adventures will be covering topics including fire making without assistance, shelter building and calming the nervous system, we invest time in understanding the relationship held between ourselves and the great outdoors.
The Woodland Escape
Saturday 14th - Sunday 15th September
Explore nature, learn new skills, build your own shelter and sleep under the stars in one of England's private Ancient Woodlands.
What you can expect:
- Overnight stay in private woodland
- Woodland Awareness Training
- Shelter Building, Nature Science, Fire Making
- Nature Meditation and Walk
- Fireside Dinner & Breakfast
- Snacks, Teas & Coffee
We're pleased to offer payment by installment.
Where will we sleep?
Tucked away in private woodland, you'll discover how to source nearby supplies and tools to build shelter, then later use these for the night. As part of the kit list, you'll be advised on what to bring along to ensure your comfort overnight.
What will I need to bring?
Ahead of the retreat, you'll be sent a Kit List outlining what you'll need for the weekend, including a sleeping bag and warm clothes though nothing outside of any supplies available at a high street supplier.
What will we eat?
Guests will be asked to bring along their own food for Saturday lunch, eaten together during one of the sessions. Along with nutritional snacks, teas and coffee, a vegetarian dinner is provided on the Saturday evening and breakfast on Sunday morning, cooked over the communal fire. Food will be hearty, with generous portions and hot chocolate and marshmallows for obligatory roasting.
You will be asked to bring your own plate, mugs and cutlery. Please note, we are unable to cater for specific dietary requirements, though you are welcome to bring your own meals for heating, please get in touch ahead of booking to discuss.
What do we do with rubbish?
We maintain a strict 'Leave No Trace' policy, which means we are each responsible for collecting and removing anything we each bring into the woods, including rubbish. Any paper or tissue can be burned on the fires