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Remotely Guided – Via Zoom

Date/Time: Jul 18, 2021 | 04:30 P.M. - 06:00 P.M.
Venue: Remotely Guided - Via Zoom
Address: Littlehampton, UK
Instructor: Holly Barber

Price: Admission for this walk is by donation.
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Join me for a remotely guided nature therapy session. We'll journey together into the senses to experience the natural world. You can join from anywhere - your garden, a local park, a woodland, a beach or even your living room. All you need is a view of the natural world (even if that is through a window). I'll be guiding you from the banks of the River Arun in West Sussex, UK - helping to connect you to the nature that is in and around you.

Special Instructions

Zoom link will be sent out after registering for the walk. Walk starts at 4.30pm UK time - that's 5.30pm CEST, 11.30am EDT, 8.30am PDT.


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Event Details

Date/Time: Jul 18, 2021 | 04:30 P.M. - 06:00 P.M.

Approximate Duration: 1.5 hours

Venue: Remotely Guided - Via Zoom

Address: Littlehampton, UK

Instructor: Holly Barber

 

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