Natural Mindfulness Walks with Make it Wild

90 Minute Guided Mindfulness Walk £12.50

Take time out to recharge and reconnect with nature on a 90 minute mindfulness walk with Make it Wild co-founder Helen.

The aim of the walk is to encourage a greater connection with nature through a series of mindfulness exercises to appreciate what you can see, hear, feel, smell and even taste during your gentle walk.

There are many proven health benefits to being outdoors and connecting with nature and taking time out of our busy lives for even a short time can help relieve stress, lower blood pressure, reduce chronic pain, and improve sleep.

This is a wonderful experience for anyone that needs to carve out a bit of me time and leave the stresses of life behind for a couple of hours. You will definitely be inspired by the work that Make it Wild have done and hopefully return home after your walk feeling energised and revitalised.

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In a nutshell

Where is it?
The guided walk will take place around the young woodlands and wildflower meadows at Sylvan Nature Reserve, Kirk Hammerton, or through ancient woodlands and meadows at Bank Woods, Summerbridge.

Length of experience
The guided mindfulness walk will take around one and a half hours.

What you need to know
Every walk will be different – with a different route and different experiences. If you want to know more about the trees, flowers, birds and mammals you will see on the walk Helen will be happy to help answer any questions. If you would rather focus on mindfulness, she will ensure that is the priority. Please note that these experiences are sold through the Make it Wild website with full payment going to Make it Wild.

How much will it cost?
A one and a half hour Mindfulness Walk costs £12.50 per person.

Natural Mindfulness Walks with Make it Wild

Natural Mindfulness Walks with Make it Wild take place in young woodlands and wildflower meadows at Sylvan Nature Reserve, Kirk Hammerton, or through the ancient woodlands and meadows at Bank Woods, Summerbridge.

Make it Wild was started 12 years as a family project by the Neave family – Helen, Christopher and their three children. Becoming more aware of the negative impact humans were having on the planet the family wanted to create more wild spaces to encourage biodiversity and allow nature to flourish.

“We have started this project to encourage a greater knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the natural world. We want people to share in the beauty of the wild spaces we’re creating.”

The short video below explains more about what the family do and why they do it.

Make it Wild’s mission statement is

“It’s not our aim to protect nature, it’s our purpose.”