Singing Under the Stars – what it is like bringing a group to Hazel Hill

I’d been looking for somewhere to run a singing weekend to re-connect people with the natural environment and each other, and I knew as soon as I arrived at Hazel Hill Wood that it was absolutely perfect. There’s something quite magical about the space and the energy that hits you as soon as you arrive.… Continue reading Singing Under the Stars – what it is like bringing a group to Hazel Hill

Hazel vs. Hornbeam (the fate of best-laid plans)

Written by Oliver Broadbent and originally published on his blog at http://eiffelover.com A recent weekend of conservation work Hazel Hill Woods has revealed to me another woodland analogy for the struggles of daily life, and how we might overcome them. I am calling the analogy, Hazel vs. Hornbeam (the Fate of Best-laid plans). It emerged… Continue reading Hazel vs. Hornbeam (the fate of best-laid plans)

Finding your personal happy

How can we stay happy when there’s too much change and uncertainty? Are there ways to bounce back and thrive if everyday life and work is getting us down? The answer is to cultivate yourself like a garden, and grow your own wellbeing by learning from natural ecosystems. The times we’re in are tough: it’s… Continue reading Finding your personal happy

Constellation workshops with Marcos Frangos at Hazel Hill Wood

So here we are, early Spring, and I’m writing this blog to set out my stall for the three forthcoming constellation workshops at Hazel Hill Wood 11-12 May, 21-22 September, 14-15 December This blog is to give you a feel for these workshops. I want to also share a little about the name: “Wellspring of… Continue reading Constellation workshops with Marcos Frangos at Hazel Hill Wood