Our events are special, bespoke weavings of different supportive and nourishing practices under nature-based themes, including seasonal events inspired by the 'Celtic Wheel of the Year'.
We follow prompts and invitations from nature to slow down, to reconnect with nature, ourselves and community.
All are currently online events due to the ongoing pandemic.
Gently facilitated by Harriet, our events are a special opportunity to weave together the different Nature Connection practices of Kindred Soil, inspired by a nature-based theme or seasonal prompts, including the Celtic Wheel.
Some examples of the practices that may be included in events are:
All of the practices during the events are invitational and participants are supported to listen to their intuition and check in with their body to guide how they want to engage.
To find out what invitations will be included in a specific event, you can check out the individual event listing. If you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch - email@example.com
Many of our events are inspired by the 'Celtic Wheel of the Year' - this is an ancient, annual calendar that marks the seasonal shifts throughout the year.
We often live in ways that rush us from one moment to the next, never allowing ourselves time to reflect, to pause, to connect to what is happening around us.
Marking the events of the Celtic calendar gives us a way of taking a pause and recognising where we are within the year, within the seasons and within ourselves.
The Events of the Wheel of the Year (and rough dates) are:
There are different versions and interpretations of the Wheel of the Year, these are the rough times that we work from at Kindred Soil.
Below are just a few examples of the generous words of feedback from those who have joined Kindred Soil events so far:
Samhain 2022 feedback
"The Samhain circle was so incredibly moving and touching. I loved the connection there was, with myself and others, I sincerely found a piece of myself there. This was something I was searching for, for such a long time, and it just made my heart burst I finally found it. It was healing. So incredibly grateful I got to be here and I hope I can experience this a lot more but I will take this with me in my heart."
"The event was beautiful and calming. I felt welcome and like I was with friends whilst also learning about Samhain and what it's all about. I'm also finding things out about myself as I journaled and shared. I loved it."
Autumn Equinox 2022 feedback
"This equinox circle was just incredible. I felt like this provided space for me to be vulnerable and find ways of healing old wounds; I really can’t tell you how incredibly special this is. Not only does it help strengthen the relationship with myself but also applying nature to the framework of how I live my life to allow myself to feel everything but not be crushed by it. I feel so incredibly privileged to have been part of this circle with these amazing humans where we can support each other and learn fundamental skills that can help support us through the complex moments in our life. I could never explain to Harriet how incredibly grateful I am for her creating these safe spaces where we can learn to enjoy and utilise the tiny golden moments in our shared experience to live really joyful lives. I would recommend these to every single person."
"This autumn equinox event was really magical. Harriet has such a gift for creating a supportive, connected space where everyone feels safe to share and to be vulnerable. I absolutely loved the invitations she offered and felt utterly transported from my bedroom. These sessions are something I really look forward to and are some of the only times I feel true peace as a chronically ill person. Thank you, Harriet - I loved this event so much."
Based on research from Derby Univeristy, this self-paced workbook offers invitations for some accessible ways to connect with nature. Supporting you to weave your own nature connection practices into your life.
Get your own copy of the workbook when you sign up to the Kindred Soil Mailing List.