Eco-Art 

A nourishing blend of Nature, ecopsychology & creative expression. Collaborative projects and workshops are welcomed

CURRENT HAPPENINGS

Greensong offers inspiring experiences focused on healthy relationships with self, community and our natural world leading towards restorative and regenerative lifestyles.

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SUSTAINABILITY OF SELF; ACTIVE HOPE This series of 6 workshops will run over ​6 consecutive weeks​ starting October the 4th exploring Joanna Macys 'Work That Reconnects' spiral and deep ecology practices while reading the Active Hope book. ​

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SYMBIOCENE SPIRAL VISIONS Come on an evolving spiral eco-art journey honour inspiring visions, strengthened and supported by nature and our community. Eco-art workshops are part of and co-facilitated with artist Karen Hopkins as part of her Gasworks Symbioscenes Art Exhibition

COVID MANDALA ONLINE GALLERY This community gallery celebrates the wisdom and healing of nature and creative expression from the year 2020 to the current day... View or participate FREE

Greensong Current Happenings

CURRENT EVENTS OFFERED Please contact for quotes tailored workshops and requests.

ECO-RESILIENCE PROJECT Transitioning climate & ecological sensations includes, events, groups, supportive structures and resources to explore.

SUSTAINABILITY OF SELF Nature guided walks, rewilding, forest bathing with ecopsychology practices 1:1 or small groups on request

ACTIVE HOPE STUDY GROUPS

ACTIVE HOPE STUDY GROUPS ONLINE Nourishing our capacity to act for life on Earth. See more information and start up dates.

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SELF-GUIDED ECO-ART EXPERIENCE Visit the virtual gallery and participate. 100% profits support ending native forest logging.

REMEMBRANCE DAY FOR LOST SPECIES

REMEMBRANCE DAY FOR LOST SPECIES Self-guided Eco-Art practice and online gallery. All profits support Warburton Environment.

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GRATITUDE NATURE MANDALAS Enjoy a nurturing evening deepening our relationships through creative expression honoring nature, perspective, and presence. Gratitude is a key component of our perspective of our happiness. Eco-art workshops are part of and co-facilitated with artist Karen Hopkins as part of her Gasworks Symbioscenes Art Exhibition

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TUNE INTO NATURE Tune into natures’ multisensory world to experience deep connections, natural energy and wisdom and take home a plant cutting bees love! Eco-art workshops are part of and co-facilitated with artist Karen Hopkins as part of her Gasworks Symbioscenes Art Exhibition

"I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order."  - John Burroughs

Participant comments...

"I highly recommend Deb. In all the the workshops I have experienced with her she facilitates a soulful supportive nurturing space which enables personal growth and self development and a wonderful deep connection with nature and others in the group - Many thanks"

 

"I feel more connected to life, my environment and the people and animals in the world around me."

"I just feel lighter! I like thinking about how nature is full of systems. It’s kind of comforting to know that everything around me in the natural world is beautifully designed and created."

"I think so many of us feel overwhelmed by the state of the world, now more than ever. Deb, and this group, made me feel that through connection, creativity and vulnerability, change is possible."

"The idea of connecting to grief with the earth is a valuable process and connects back into that universal flow and gratitude."

"I’m feeling that I want to touch nature now more than ever and and finding it easier to tune in to the sounds. Loving life, the wildlife is quite loud which allows for a beautiful experience for me to relax and be surrounded be the beautiful noises of the bush around me more than I could before. I feel I can connect quicker than before my session."

“The individual practice was helpful in allowing me to feel my connection with nature. I was reminded about the inherent gifts that I have and I receive from Nature, which is empowering. I would want to do this practice regularly. I have support from nature and the environment to help me cope. Thank you Deb. It really helped me to calm down.... The exercise gave me a focussed way to have more nature engagement with what’s around me.”