Introducing naturecraft

25/04/2015 at 12:11 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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Balm, Chickweed, Dandelion, Nettle, Wild Strawberry, Blackcurrant and Lungwort make a fabulous spring tea.

Balm, Chickweed, Dandelion, Nettle, Wild Strawberry, Blackcurrant and Lungwort make a fabulous spring tea.


Nature plays a huge, much loved part in the meditation activities here in the Studio. But did you know that all year round at the Studio, I harvest from nature to make culinary dishes, herbal teas, flower and fruit cordials, natural skincare products, and a host of other lovely products?

I’ve shared some of these recipes on my blog already. In fact, they’re usually my most popular posts 🙂

But from next week onwards, I’m offering regular hands-on naturecraft sessions here in North Wiltshire. We’ll be based at the Studio, but we’ll also go out into the neighbouring countryside, so bring your wellies!

You’ll be able to make your own natural skincare products, eat yummy wild foraged dishes and drinks, and even do some creative willow weaving.

Naturecraft sessions will often be arranged at fairly short notice to catch harvests at their very best.

I hope you’ll join me soon at a naturecraft session. After all, we all need to know the difference between inedible lily of the valley and yummy wild garlic!

And of course, I’ll be including more naturecraft blog posts over the coming seasons, to share with you wherever you live.

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  1. What a wonderful idea. Hoping we can join in either at your studio or online.

    • I hope so too, Cheryl. It’s such fun sharing these nature recipes I’ve loved using for many years. 🙂


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