Wild Futures

Hungry for a wild space to breathe, dream and listen?
Wild Futures Event – start 2020 on the right foot …

 

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  • New Year – Heated Tipi Camp
  • Reflect on your journey into 2020
  • Greenwood Carving
  • Woodland Sauna
  • Campfire Cooking
  • Hearty Meals
  • Connect with like-minded fellows

Where?  1hr from SW London, at a majestic private forest estate in Sussex.

Who?  Men wanting a wilder future.

When?  Arrive 0930hrs Saturday 11th and depart 1300hrs Sunday 12th January 2020.

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How much?     £150 Per Person Book before 1700hrs on Saturday 21st December 2019 and get 10% off with Discount Code: CHRISTMAS10

What Equipment is Required?     [CLICK HERE FOR KIT LIST]

What does it look like?       [CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO]

This is an opportunity to get away from the to-do lists and realign with the big picture for your 2020. The weekend runs from 0930hrs on Saturday until 1300hrs on Sunday, based at an expedition style camp in the heart of the forest, with a maximum group size of 8 participants.

During Saturday we will hike in to camp, tune in to being present and grab a hot cup of something before taking space to reflect using materials developed by Nathan. Once we have reconvened there will be time to learn and use wilderness blade skills in order to prepare the components of a wild sauna. After a hot lunch cooked on the open fire we will construct the sauna together concluding the afternoon with a truly Scandinavian experience!

Meals are included and will be cooked on the open fire in camp. Accommodation is in a spacious, heated Nordic Tipi. Hot water for beverages will be supplied via the camp kettle throughout.

A hearty evening meal will be cooked in traditional Dutch Ovens. There will be time around the camp fire to focus on the path ahead.

On Sunday you will wake up to a hot breakfast in the toasty Tipi after which there is time for further wild space and reflection using materials inspired by Ransomed Heart to help give perspective on our year. We will conclude our experience around the fire for lunch and green wood carving.

This event has a spiritual focus within the context of my personal belief that the God of the Bible is loving and generous, and has made us to live life to the full.

Here’s to finding a true path into 2020!