Next Dates

Spring 2021 TBC

Location

Hazel Hill Wood,
7 miles from Salisbury

Participants

For senior and aspiring women leaders

Fees

TBC

There is nothing like feeling your feet on the earth; listening to the Spring orchestra of birds busy nest building; gazing up at the full green tree tops stirred by Summer breezes; or scuffing through Autumn leaves….

Spending time in Nature is instantly restorative; it brings us back to ourselves and to the deep satisfaction of belonging to the natural rhythms of the world.

We will have time to rest, restore and regenerate; together we will talk about what is important to you now and for the future – creating our ‘ecologies of thinking’; and we will laugh and we will tell our stories around the camp fire, enjoying the company.

We will have space to explore the newly emerging paradigm of Eco-Leadership, drawing on the sustenance and quiet inspiration of nature and her cycles, to sustain us for the journey ahead.

 

Your Opportunity to

Restore

Find your equilibrium and deepen your resilience

Reflect

Drop out of your thinking mind to connect with the wisdom of your heart and gut

Reconnect

Connect with the nurturing abundance of nature and feel held by a circle of inspirational women

What women say about our programmes
Hetty and Liz have fine-tuned a highly professional developmental program that is captivating in its simplicity and its strength. Devoid of PowerPoint presentations and jargon, they rely on their own deep understanding of psychology, language, somatic intelligence, art, business and life experience to engage and ignite curiosity and excitement.
Deirdre McLaughlin
Irish Management Institute
This programme provides an excellent opportunity to review your leadership style in a safe environment, and to develop practical skills for how to put your best foot forward when working under pressure.
Felicity Steadman
Founder Director, Conflict Dynamics, South Africa
Probably the most valuable workshop I have been on in terms of improving my sense of purpose and presence both in the workplace and personally.
Carol Grieve
Scottish Care Inspectorate

Programme details

Venue

Hazel Hill is a lovingly managed conservation woodland and retreat centre, 7 miles from Salisbury.

The wood is owned and operated by Hazel Hill Trust, a registered charity formed in 2015 with the aim of promoting wellbeing, resilience and sustainability: for individuals, society and the natural world.

The sustainable, off-grid, eco buildings offer heated accommodation throughout the year, all powered by wood burning stoves fed from Hazel Hill’s own wood.

There are two large group meeting spaces, fully equipped catering kitchen, loft ‘chill out’ space, sauna, hot tub, traditional round house and fire circles.

Register your interest

We are not taking bookings for our Nature Retreats just yet, but if you are interested in attending a retreat in 2021, click the link below to let us know.

Click here to register your interest.