Nature Connection For Beginners
Mindful In Nature is a six-part audio class that teaches embodied nature connection practices to help foster positive feelings for yourself and the rest of nature.
Hi, I'm Robin Harford, bestselling author of Edible and Medicinal Wild Plants of Britain and Ireland and one of Britain's foremost foraging teachers.

I use these same nature connection practices daily as part of my self-care routine. So I thought I would share them with you.

My self-care practices need to be easy to do. They can’t take very long, and more importantly, they must be gentle and effective. They need to support me in being kind to myself.

So that’s what I will be sharing with you in these sessions. The same things I do to keep me calm and serene most of the time.

When I teach these practices in my courses, I tell people they are about: 'getting out of your head and coming to your senses.'

Let me explain what I mean by that.

Whenever I experience stress and anxiety, my brain starts fizzing. I have obsessive and fixated thoughts. It’s excruciating as it feels like I am going to snap.

Often there is a lot of tension in my body. It’s very uncomfortable, and I find myself agitated and anxious. I don’t know what to do with myself, and I usually end up locked into my brain with obsessive thinking.

Does this sound familiar?

So each practice I share with you is designed to do one thing: to bring you back into your body, into the present moment.

When this happens, I can handle my stress and anxiety pretty well.

Years ago, I used to be a drug addict, and when I came off drugs, I spent time in a Buddhist community in Thailand learning mindfulness.

Over the years, I have adapted and incorporated what I learned into my own nature connection approach to wellbeing.

I call my approach Wild Wellbeing and hope this short audio course helps bring you peace and serenity.
Kind Words From Customers

This is beautiful stuff, Robin. Thank you so much for sharing. - Jean Wallace

I'm in the early stages of trauma therapy and these exercises are spot on. They enable me to feel (necessary to make progress) but not be taken over. They help enormously with overwhelming anxiety. Thank you. - Joanna F.

Thank you so much for this course, it feels very valuable and it’s realistic for me too, nothing fancy. I don’t have to buy a new mat or anything. I can just be in nature. I am feeling a different kind of appreciation for it, which is deep and soothing. – Fran Hale

The course has been great and so clearly put together. I trained and work as a therapist primarily with substance misuse recoverees and add bereavement. Your course has come at just the right time. Thanks so much. - Sheena Mckenzie

I have really appreciated the course and connecting with nature especially. Thank you. - Catherine Keevil

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About Robin Harford

Robin Harford is a plant forager, ethnobotanical researcher and wild food educator. He is the author of the bestselling Edible and Medicinal Wild Plants of Britain and Ireland.

He established his wild food foraging school in 2008, and his foraging courses were recently listed at the top of BBC Countryfile's 'Best foraging courses in the UK'.

Robin is the creator of Michelin chef Richard Corrigan recommended the site for inclusion in The Times Top 50 Websites For Food and Drink. It is listed at #27.

He has travelled extensively, documenting and recording wild food plants' traditional and local uses in indigenous cultures. His work has taken him to Africa, India, SE Asia, Europe and the USA.

Robin occasionally appears on national and local radio and television. He has been featured in BBC Good Food magazine, Sainsbury’s magazine, The Ecologist, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, etc.

He is a member of the Society for Ethnobotany and the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland.