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Wellness in the Wild

Adults! This one is for you!

Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue is excited to start offering various programs for adults – Wellness in the Wild!

We believe in the power of nature and connecting to what grounds us. According to a journal article published by Front Public Health, “Research to date has shown that nature exposure can provide a wide range of mental health benefits, related to attention and cognition, memory, stress and anxiety, sleep, emotional stability, and self-perceived welfare or quality of life”.

For us who work and volunteer at Soper Creek – we can attest to the benefits that being outdoors and connecting with animals provides. That’s why we are so excited about our new programs!

Wellness in the Wild
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Our sessions will be focused on you and your mental health and wellness. A time to take the ‘me’ time you deserve and reconnect with yourself and your well-being.

Each of our sessions will have a different theme, and you will have the opportunity to participate in activities that are grounded in research and the positive effects they can have on your mental health.

SELF LOVE

Learn the relationship between your mental health and overall wellbeing and how this relates to nutrition, exercise and sleep habits. You’ll also get an opportunity to explore the nutritional needs of the animals that call Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue home. 

MANAGING STRESS

Learn all about how stress affects your mindset and overall well being. You’ll also get the opportunity to learn about how stress can affect animals and how we support the wild patients that come into our rehabilitation centre.

MEDITATION

Mindfulness – Participate in some mindful meditation. Sometimes all we need is to pause and feel what we are surrounded by.

FOREST YOGA

Care for your body and mind by releasing the stress you’ve been holding in. Learn about the relationship between the strength of trees and the strength in yourself. 

VALUES

How do your values define you, and how you can use those to empower yourself? Learn about gratitude, reflect on life, emotions, and common issues through journaling in the forest.

BOUNDARIES

How can you set boundaries in order to protect your well being? Learn about how setting boundaries can help you deal with the guilt that can come with saying no.  Express your feelings through some zen abstract painting in the forest surrounded by hundred year-old cedar trees.

Managing Stress - Learn all about how stress affects your mindset and overall well being. You’ll also get the opportunity to learn about how stress can affect animals and how we support the wild patients that come into our rehabilitation centre.
Activity Focus: Animal Ambassadors

Values - How do your values define who you are and how you can use these values to empower yourself? Learn about gratitude, reflect on life, emotions and common issues through journaling in the forest.
Activity Focus: Forest Journaling

Boundaries - How can you set boundaries in order to protect your well being? Learn about how setting boundaries can help you deal with the guilt that can come with saying no.  Express your feelings through some zen abstract painting in the forest surrounded by hundreds of year-old cedar trees.
Activity Focus: Painting in the Natural World

Self-Love - Learn the relationship between your mental health and overall well-being and how this relates to nutrition, exercise and sleep habits. You’ll also get an opportunity to explore the nutritional needs of the animals that call Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue home. What better way to care for your body and mind than releasing the stress you’ve been holding in than some yoga in the forest. Learn about the relationship between the strength of trees and the strength in yourself.  No need to worry if you’re not a pro! Yoga is for everyone!
Activity Focus: Yoga amongst the trees

Mindfulness - Participate in some mindful meditation. Sometimes all we need is to pause and feel what we are surrounded by walk in the forest and animal ambassadors
Activity Focus: Meditation