Slackline with the Trees

Slackline Park with The Dirty Slackers

All weekend | near the TREEHOUSE

Inviting you to challenge your balance and focus, the Dirty Slacker’s team of cats set up their infamous Slackline park. Tucked between trees, dance floors and bars, luring you in to play and learn. Come and go as you please, there is a line to suit everyone. 

Motion Potion

Motion Potion ceremonial journey with The Shanti Space

Saturday 1100 – 1230 | THE NOOK

Jessica & Jack Weaver present Motion Potion, at The Nook, a psychedelic invitation of ceremony & celebration with epic rhythmic beats & grounding embodiment guidance to bring your whole self into expression.

Everything communicates, our bodies are transmitting frequencies through our postures, our expressions, our movements, breath and thoughts conscious or unconscious.

So the invitation is to come into your heart space, to attune to your heart’s intent & let that guide your dance, aligning your vibration with possibilities and expansion 🍄 ✨

Nature Labyrinth

Nature Labyrinth with Jen Witts

Labyrinths are one of the worlds oldest symbols used as tools for personal, spiritual and psychological transformation. 

These ancient archetypes are used for enquiry, walking meditation, ritual and ceremony, contemplation and calm. They are wonderful to create collectively using natural materials, and become an anchor point for gathering in stillness. 

Come join with us to cocreate a beautiful nature labyrinth nestled away in our magical woods. This potent liminal space can be walked throughout the festival with the invitation to bring items to decorate it over the gathering of our tribe.

https://www.natureconnects.org/

Shinrin Yoku

Shinrin Yoku – forest bathing with Sam Gandy

Saturday 1515 | meet at MBS fountain

Sam Gandy is a lifelong nature lover, PhD ecologist and a psychedelics and nature connectedness researcher. Sam is a certified practitioner of Japanese ‘Shinrin Yoku’ or forest bathing, an active nature-based mindfulness-based practice. Not simply a walk in the woods, it is the conscious and contemplative practice of being immersed in the sights, sounds and smells of the forest. It is an easy and fun practice involving paired activities that encourage one to slow down and tune into their surroundings through their various senses, and is associated with a range of health benefits, including reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, promoting relaxation and well-being and boosting the immune system.

Coney Woods Observatory

The Universe returns to Noisily as Dr Ben Burningham and his team of astrophysicists from the University of Hertfordshire return to show you planets, ancient star clusters, and distant galaxies. Just drop by after dark to connect with your cosmic self by gazing at our home amongst the stars. Realise that you too are star stuff, bonded with our world by an invisible force as it hurtles through the cosmos.

Nature Connection

Nature Connection with Nature Connects – Sarah and Jen Witts 

During the last year many people’s relationship to the natural world has changed and many have said this has supported greater physical and emotional wellbeing 

Learn some simple practices to support a deeper connection, to nature, to others and to yourself as a part not apart from nature. 

We will go into the woods together to introduce ways to support that connection. Through grounding, sense based, creative and nourishing activities you will be able to integrate practices into daily life that not only help you feel better but mean you’re also more likely to make more positive choices for the natural world in a reciprocity based relationship. 

https://www.natureconnects.org/