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Embracing kindness and nature at this time for our health and wellbeing

Over the past week I have been reminded through many different shapes and forms that kindness should always be at the centre of everything that we do.

It is easy to be sidetracked and overwhelmed by the current interchanging environment but through kindness to ourselves and others we can remain positive, connected and grounded at this time.

Our mood is variable and I think that is it really important for us all to accept this changeable state with kindness.

Embracing slow living and nature at this time for your health and wellbeing – March 2020

At this time I feel that it is important for us to come together as a community and I am inviting you to do this through nature and by embracing this opportunity to slow down for your own health and wellbeing.

Being outside is proven to be beneficial to our health and I would love to encourage you to take some time out each day to connect with nature for you and your family.

Spring has sprung – join me to put nature at the heart of your family

Spring has arrived and it is time for us all to get outside and embrace the natural world.

Nature is key to our wellbeing and if we all learn to stop, look, take a deep breathe and appreciate the natural world around us, we will all benefit.

I continue to work with families and bring a little bit of creativity and nature connection into each family photography experience.

Family wellbeing is really important to me. I believe that it is really beneficial for all families to get outside, run wild and have fun.

Through nature based photography, we learn to take time time out, embrace our creativity and individuality and slow down whilst inspiring others and our children to look after and care for the world that we live in.

Join the movement and live in alignment with nature for your health and wellbeing.

Connect and Create – for your own health and wellbeing

I believe that being outside and being amongst nature is good for the soul.

The research continues to build and the evidence is clear. However for me, this all came about through my own personal experience.

Two years ago, our family made the move to the countryside. One of the best decisions to date for our family. We have four boys and the space of the country is what we needed. However I didn’t anticipate the move being as stressful as it turned out to be.

Connect and Create with Claire Victoria and Clementine Moon

Connect and Create is designed to be a safe and welcoming community for women to come together to take time out, slow down and re-connect with themselves, nature and others amongst nature.

Each month we come together at Kingsweston House in Bristol to walk amongst nature, learn how to use photography as a tool to calm the mind, get creative and connect with others whilst we walk and explore.

Throughout the year I collaborate with nature based businesses to bring to you new creative skills and activities to express our individuality and learn how you can live more sustainably in every day life.

Connect and Create sessions are designed to be relaxing, calm and fun. You can read more about the upcoming collaboration with Clementine Moon here.

Re-think the family portrait. What is a “nature photography experience”?

“In to the Wilderness” is a photography experience designed for families who love to be outdoors. Nature play is good for the soul and not just for children, adults benefit too. Nature has an amazing positive effect on our health and wellbeing and I am on a mission to get more families outside, getting them back to nature and capturing simple honest family memories by creating a space for families to relax, play and enjoy quality family time.

Photography as Therapy: Improve Your Mental Health

Take care of your mental wellbeing and learn how mindful photography can be used as a daily tool to de-stress and overcome anxiety and overwhelm. Nature walks with your camera can help boost your wellbeing.

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