What the training offers

 What the training offers Learning for change

Deep personal journey following the Nature-based map of human psyche and Ecocentric developmental Wheel


The training approach combines nature-based methods, mindfulness practices, developmental psychology and somatic practices. Тhe process is woven around six pillars, collected in the abbreviation SPIRAL.

SPIRAL stands for the basic principles that unite the methods included in the process:

Spiritual development
Positive worldview
Interconnection with all natural beings
Resilience building
Active role in the community
Life purpose identification



  • Awareness of one’s own being (who they are, what is their essence, how they can make their life journey in a more genuine and meaningful way);
  • Exploration and cultivation of the inner resources by working with the archetypes: Nurturing Generative Adult, Wild Indigenous One, Innocent/Sage, The Muse Beloved;
  • Confidence, courage, empathy, naturalness, authenticity, clarity, wildness, Imagination etc.;
  • Authentic and empathic connection with others (integrating the principles of listening and speaking from the heart).


  • Self-discovery and resourcefulness – understanding about ourselves and supporting others’ self-development process;
  • Physical exercises – practices based on yoga and other traditions that can be implemented in everyday life;
  • Meditation and mindfulness – tools for focus and balance of attention, emotions and consciousness;
  • Outdoor creativity and nature – connecting with the self, nature, other people, the outside world, organize open air learning and creativity activities;
  • Dance and movement – embodiment as a method for deepening connection to oneself and provoking kinaesthetic learning experiences;
  • Spirituality – exploring secret-sacred elements sharing experiences, understanding human spirituality in different cultural backgrounds, exploring rituals and ceremonies.


  • Working with values
  • Nature based methods
  • Experiential learning
  • Methods for self-development
  • Workshops development and delivery
  • Solo time in nature
  • The Way of Council
  • Practices for wholing and self-healing
  • Living as a community (cleaning, cooking etc.)