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Its early evening and I've come out on a walk to the common above my house... I've been developing my practice this year since January, just to spend time on my own connecting to the other-than-human and more-than-human…
The afternoon is moving into the evening, I’m sitting in the sun in my garden, in late July. I’m watching the cabbage white butterflies dance before me, immersed in the vegetation around me, French beans nestling into my right elbow…
Supporting wildness -is my wish to support and validate the wild that is still around us where we live and also the wildness inside ourselves. How do we trust in, and get to know our animal selves?
The idea of play may fill you with delight or horror or a complex mix of both. It seems to me that play is fundamental to our development as children, and also to our healing and therapeutic process. The interaction between therapist and client is a way of exploring and creating reality….
To watch the video of Stephen and Allison talking about the upcoming training
To watch a video of Allison talking about the Grace and Chaos course
|Playing with Fire|
|Grace and Choas Group facilitation|