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
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
Spring feels like it’s just around the corner, and with that energy we warmly invite you to shake off winter’s hibernation and stretch into our winter yoga and conservation weekend – we’ll be weaving together expansive yoga with rewarding conservation – you can wander through beautiful woods, practice a ‘cat pose’; warm yourself by log-burning… Continue reading Yoga & Woodland Workout at Hazel Hill
As part of the Hazel Hill Conservation Weekend in February, we will be exploring our inner nature through some gentle yoga and movement. Bringing inspiration in from the woods around us, we will playfully blend into our practice the lessons and gifts of nature such as flexibility, mutual support and fluency of movement. As well… Continue reading Yoga & Conservation Weekend at Hazel Hill Wood
As we approach September, you may be going back to a regular job, or not. Either scenario may leave you happy or blue. August seems a good time to reflect on how work fits into your life. I observe people talking a lot about work, but in a very selective way. They talk about what… Continue reading Back to Work: Drag or Delight? Find yourself or lose yourself in the daily task
On July 21, Wisdom Tree hosted a highly successful day at Hazel Hill Wood, on the theme Nourishing Resilience For You And Your Work Community. It felt like a day of planting many seedlings of new ideas and contacts. Our diverse group of over 20 people, from near and far, included professionals in organisational development,… Continue reading Nourishing Resilience: Seedlings of Change
Men generally grow up seeing other men as competitors, and mostly have poorer support networks and interactive skills than women. Perhaps that was useful when fighting for the last bison on the plains, but it doesn’t help most men in 2015. These days, most of us need high emotional intelligence and collaboration skills just to… Continue reading Why do men need men’s groups?
Marcos Frangos will be leading a constellation retreat at Hazel Hill Wood, Thursday 15 October 6pm – Friday 16 October 4.30pm Both Spring and Autumn bring an amazing energy of renewal. These retreats will give you the time to explore the essence of your own wellbeing, and the habits and patterns that no longer serve… Continue reading Tap into your own ‘Wellspring of Wellbeing’