Come together for a slow Sunday walk, guided by the seasons of Tasmania’s Botanical Gardens. Exhale as we wander the Lilly Pond. Inhale the Rose Arbour aromas. Connect with yourself, others & the wild world. Enjoy simple sensory, creative & physical practices for restful recovery. Create ease & wellness for daily awe & wonder. Delight in a relaxing immersion & conclude with a refreshing bush tea. And if you wish, contribute a spoken word recording for our own “Dear Tree” soundtrack.
Leesa Nash is the founder of Flow foREST Therapy and loves immersing in our wild world slowly. She works in partnership with nature, sharing gentle sensory, creative and physical practices, which connect the wellness & wellbeing of our wild selves with our planet. Leesa brings her skills as a Nature Mentor, Creative Arts Therapist & Certified Forest Therapy Guide FTG to practices for restful recovery. She weaves over 25 years of experience across the arts, education, disability, community and outdoor health sectors. Her love of experiential education continues in her work as a Lecturer and Mentor at the Institute of Forest Therapy.
Rose Turtle Ertler is a musician/sound designer/arts facilitator based in Pallittorre country in the Meander Valley, northern Lutruwita/Tasmania. Her community-engaged projects have varied outcomes including sound installation and performance. Her participatory arts projects celebrate humanity and often feature conversational-style recordings by community participants – real voices telling real stories. Recent projects include sound installations “Dear River”, “Dear Tree” and Complimentary Caravan and mass women electric guitar onslaught Mapatazi. More info about “Dear Tree” Website
SLF SUPPORTER PRICE $45