Nature Deficit

More than just Listening

WHAT IS Nature Deficit?

It’s a description of the human cost of simply not being outside.  We help reconnection with Nature and in turn ourselves.

We have in an evolutionary sense, spent over 90% of our time outdoors, we’re now 90% in doors.  This has had a profound effect on how we are and how we feel.

BMCC has s specific programme called Nature Sense which includes everything from outdoor therapy where we simply do our sessions as ‘walk and talks’ or corporate engagements where we educate companies and their employees how to ‘Live in Harmony with Tech’  Nature Sense also runs Forest Bathing for small groups in your area. This is also known as Shinrin Yoku and can be the most relaxing time a person can experience.

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Helping Parents Helping Children

Certain behavioural problems can be caused by the sharp decline in how little time children now spend outdoors.

Working with Nature Sense, in our application of Nature Therapy, we can do a number of things with or without parents to help you empower child.

The average youngster now spends practically every spare minute using a smartphone, computer, television or electronic device,”. You can blame technology, but increasingly it can be an over cautious worried parent, wanting to protect our kids from “out there” variables. Fiona helps the family learn balance. We also do family days and kids workshops.. they’re so much fun, relaxing and uplifiting.

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Nature Eco Green Outdoor

Whatever name you give to this type of therapy it’s just about feeling better by being outside.  Feeling calm, releasing anxiety by being in Nature.

There are no consulting rooms. It takes place outside – it’s about feeling alive, being connected and achieving balance. We’re often asked – “Can you do this in London?” Most definitely yes. It’s even more important to combat the pressures of city living. An unwanted side-effect of the digital age is the feeling of disconnect that our plugged-in culture brings – by keeping us indoors. Our inherent nature-oriented existence is still hard-wired into human brains and wasn’t quite ready for the overstimulating environment we’ve carved out for ourselves. Symptoms of this deficit disorder, include attention problems, obesity, anxiety, burn out and depression. LEARN MORE
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