How can you help your staff and provide for their wellbeing?
Our nature sensory workshops can show insights into workplace stress management and take home tools for everyday use.
Learn new stress management tools and techniques through nature, get the opportunity and the permission to immerse yourself in nature by engaging your senses. Happiness, satisfaction, health, wellbeing and resilience are a workshop away.
Working nationally our wildlife gardening lectures (other lectures are also available.), tutorials and consultations, plus nature sensory workshops showcasing nature as a pain/stress management tool can help business people, individuals and families to become more connected to nature in their own personal experiences, and the world around them.
He is also developing a stage show concept which will showcase our roadshow content and take it to a new audience in theatres.
He’s working on a countryside retreat concept called ‘NATURE’S FESTIVAL – Retreat Into Nature, Nature Nurtures, Nurtured by Nature’. A retreat that empowers us to give back to nature and not just take from it.
Plus filming for a new countryside TV show ‘The People’s Countryside’ and presenting the radio show Going Wild With Wildlife.
The Wildman is available to write guest blog’s/articles and is a registered speaker for the Royal Horticultural Society, and fully DBS checked to work with children.
The more technology we have in our lives the more important it is to ‘leave space’ for nature.
Workshops involve hands on interactive sensory engagement with nature, using the 5 main senses, and based on the techniques Stuart uses to manage his own Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Ideal for adults and as a family activity and designed to open the mind and senses to nature, to observe and experience not to name and catalogue.
Provides an opportunity to appreciate nature on a much richer level and reveals tools for use in the workplace to manage stress.
Enjoy a much deeper quality of connection with your environment. 2, 4 and 8 hr workshops available.
We facilitate our own workshops, have numerous collaborators, and make guest appearances to form part of the programme at other venues and their outdoor activity programmes nationally.
Experiencing is understanding.
Engage all your senses with heightened awareness.
Explore nature as a pain/stress management tool.
Discover what sound looks like.
Use filtering skills.
Develop trust building exercises.
Experience nature through your hands and feet.
Explore what the seasons smell and feel like.
Understand basic wildlife watch and identification.
Creative mosaic making and woodland crafts.
As a wildlife sound recordist, The Wildman presents the independent wildlife radio show, ‘Going Wild With Wildlife’ available on different stations.
Recorded on location all around Britain with international listeners who listen online, our show is interactive via social media.
With the emphasis on hospital patients who listen in via hospital radio and appreciate hearing a slice of the countryside as part of their recovery process.
Our remit is to educate, inspire, relax and make listeners laugh. A new style of natural history show with a variety of suitable music.
Radio Cherwell (partners from 2010 to date), Friday 5am to 5.30am. Available online at www.radiocherwell.com.
Choice Radio Worcester (partners from 2014 to date), 2 shows back to back daily, 5am to 6am, 7 days a week transmitted to Worcester Royal Hospital only. www.choiceradio2.org.uk
Witney Radio (partners from 2015 to date), check their website for timings http://www.witneyradio.co.uk
Radio Bicester (partners from 2014 to date), Thursday 4pm to 5pm (live). Available online at www.radiobicester.co.uk.
SouthWaves Radio (partners from 2016 to date), Please check their websites for timings. Available online at www.southwavesradio.co.uk
Jubilee Hospital Radio (partners from 2016 to date). Saturday 3pm to 3.30pm. Available online at www.jubileeradio.org
Hospital Radio Plymouth (partners from 2016 to date), Wednesday 9.30pm to 10pm. Available online at http://www.hospitalradioplymouth.org.uk
Hospital Radio Hillingdon (partners from 2017), check their website for timings http://www.radiohillingdon.com
The CDs are a great way to capture some of the highlights of our independent wildlife radio show, Going Wild With Wildlife.
Our two paperback volumes are a great way of getting an alternative insight into gardening as The Wildman writes in his own forthright yet simple style about wildlife gardening and traditional gardening.
Books you can dip into whenever the mood takes you, or one to read from cover to cover in one sitting.
What can be assured is that you will return with regularity to these pages and the messages contained within as we can all relate to them in some way.
These books are available in eBook format on Amazon and books 3, 4 and 5 in the series are being written.
The Wildman is also developing a stage show concept which will showcase our roadshow content and take it to a new audience in theatres.
The Wildman is working on a countryside retreat concept called ‘NATURE’S FESTIVAL – Retreat Into Nature, Nature Nurtures, Nurtured by Nature’. A retreat that empowers us to give back to nature and not just take from it.
The Wildman is available to talk to about attracting wildlife in our gardens and how we can begin to appreciate it better by using our senses and exploring our collective psychology and sociology.
We look but do we see, we listen but do we hear, we touch but do we feel, we sniff but do we smell, we eat but do we taste?
This is an ideal chance to get a signed copy of his wildlife gardening books and a highlights cd of his radio show.
Fee’s include travel and accommodation etc if needed.
Other talks and lectures available including travels making the wildlife radio show and the TV show, another talk entitled ‘Nature Gave Me Future!