EARTH LOVING, ME LOVING: SkillsFuture Festival 2019
“Every Day, A Learning Day”
Reaching out to youths (aged 13 - 21) and empowering them through nature connections, inspiring self mastery and growing awareness of well-being. Read more below about nature connections for youths.
How youths can benefit from the workshops
Learn and experience nature connections
Be inspired about self-mastery and awareness of well-being
Rest, renew and refresh the heart, mind and body
2-hour workshop facilitated by certified nature and forest therapy guide(s)
Capacity: 5 - 12 youths per workshop
Venue: various parks and gardens in Singapore
$10 per youth *
Workshops are open to all youth associations, groups, organisations and schools! Complete the form below to indicate your interest in organising a workshop for your youths, and we will get in touch with you very soon!
Supported by the LearnSG Seed Fund, Lifelong Learning Council and SkillsFuture SG.
* Valid for workshops conducted between July - August 2019. Subjected to fund availability.
Yes, I want to organise a workshop for youths I am working with!
The ‘Earth Loving, Me Loving’ project reaches out to youths and seeks to impart the sensory experiences, develop the love for nature, and foster self-development and mastery in the process. Through guided nature and forest therapy walks, youths will explore nature in sensory and experiential ways. It is a gentle stepping stone, easing into building a connection with nature, practicing attentiveness and receptivity to nature. In the process of re-connecting to nature, youths can learn and develop self better - mentally, emotionally and physically.
Studies demonstrate that today’s city-living youths are ‘nature deficit’. The ‘nature deficit disorder’ while not a medical term, describes the human costs of ‘alienation’ from nature: diminished use of senses, attention difficulties, higher rates of physiological, emotional and cognitive illnesses, among other maladies. Beyond the impacts on our health, the lost of human-nature connections and the lack of personal relationships with nature will also impact environment and conservation efforts.
Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.