Professional Development 

Training, Workshops  and Guest Speaking

Topic examples

  • The facts! How does nature impact on health and wellbeing?
  • How do I design and facilitate meaningful and safe nature experience?
  • Facilitating awe, connection and stewardship- What is nature connection and how can I help others experience it?
  • How do I design a garden space that people (or I ) will love and connect with?

Who is this for?

Great for anyone interested in increasing their knowledge and skills relating to nature and wellbeing in their work or personal ways of being including:

Nature and outdoor educators, park rangers, garden designers

Health, wellbeing and community development workers


HumaNature Connect specialises in experiential learning process and hence you can expect a highly engaging, possibly hands on, certainly interactive presentation or workshop depending on your needs.


Community-led change and sustainability leadership

Creative co-design, community engagement and personal visioning workshops

Topic examples

  • Work with human-centered design processes to engage communities in design projects, stewardship of parks, interpretation trails and more.
  • Explore and broaden the definition of environmental sustainability and develop shared purpose and intent.  Explore needs and gaps. Unleash creativity and narrow down group or personal projects of passion.
  • Look back – Reflect on achievements
  • Help, I’m not creative! Develop new ideas  for garden, nature-based and other sustainability projects.   

Who is this for?

Green teams and environmental sustainability professionals, Program Mangers, CEO’s, landscape architects

Sustainability leadership groups, community groups, organisations, garden design students


One off or multi-session workshops

workshop city of banyle 5 2017

Strategy to action

Supporting organisations and government (local and state) to develop strategic plans and related action and evaluation plans that relate to nature, mental health and wellbeing.

Topic examples

  • Nature in public health plans
  • Community-led change in environmental strategies

Who is this for?

Local and state governments; Organisations



Workshop City of Banyule 4 2017

Mindful and Therapeutic Nature Experience

Facilitated outdoor experiences

Facilitated indoor nature experiences:  experientially connect audiences to the topic

Topic examples

  • Ground your discussions by connecting with the topic -A mindful nature experience can be a great way to introduce and frame a workshop you are running.
  • Explore a place through nature-based activities or reflect on experiences in nature using found objects to create a  renewed sense of wellbeing and inspire creative thinking.
  • Mindful nature experiences (similar to the Japanese cultural practice of forest bathing)

Who is this for?

Teams, general public community mental health, art projects


Activities out in nature or  inside.

me speaking at hume CrREW launch

Student workshops (Tertiary, Secondary, Primary)

Facilitated education, leadership development or nature play workshops

Topic examples

  • Environmental sustainability, leadership, wellbeing
  • Nature play activities

Who is this for?

Tertiary, secondary or primary students


Activities out in nature or inside.

See past projects and testimonials