SONAS – Woodland and Water
Imagine, Ireland was once covered with trees, a squirrel could travel from Cork to Donegal without ever touching the ground, jumping from tree to tree. Only little is left today and maybe that makes those woodlands extra special.
We will take a gentle walk, slowing down, getting aware of this amazing connection between flora and fauna of a forest, getting aware of these magnificent trees often much older than we are. Spending time at the shores of a lake, listening to the sounds of the water, this life essential element. Our connection to nature and trees is so old, humankind needed and still needs trees for its survival, a forest is like an old homeplace we have forgotten. With some exercises for breathing and silence we will aim to calm the mind, breathe easy and let go of our worries so that we feel relaxed and refreshed and ready to go back to life’s challenges.
Please bring comfortable and suitable clothing. Easy to moderate walks on paths and forest ground.
Meeting point – Garryland Nature Reserve, near Gort. Check our calendar for available dates and times Duration: 3 hours. Price per person 30 €, max 8 participants. For private group bookings please contact us about available dates.