Wild & Well Away Days

Step away from the workplace to reconnect, rewild and restore amongst the healing power of nature on a Wild & Well Away Day with your colleagues.

Investing time in the wellbeing* of your staff not only leads to happier and healthier people. It also creates strength and resilience amongst your team and effectiveness throughout your workplace.

The natural, healing power of nature provides a perfect space – away from the everyday and the pressures of the workplace – to connect with each other, reduce stress and anxiety, strengthen team bonds, discover personal growth, experience a new challenge, develop new strategies, reward your staff or simply to have fun!

Woodland meditation
Wild & Well Fell Walking

Create a bespoke Wild & Well Away Day that’s perfect for you, and benefit from the incredible, therapeutic power of the natural world. 

·       Forest Bathing

·       Wild Swimming

·       Guided Walks or Hikes

·       Nature Connectedness** Team Activities

·       Mindfulness & Meditation

·       Nature Art & Creative Wellbeing

·       Conservation

Or combine these activities with personal coaching, team development exercises or strategy building for an Away Day with a difference.

Get in touch and let’s chat to design a bespoke Wild & Well Away Day in nature for all your team that will leave them reconnected, rewilded, restored and ready to step back into the workplace with a renewed sense of wellbeing, purpose and satisfaction.

Wild & Well Away Day prices vary depending on the structure of the day you choose to create. We can talk things through to create a special day that works for your budget.


822,000 workers suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or long-standing) in 2020/21.

Stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 50% of all work-related ill health cases in 2020/21

(Source: Work-related stress, anxiety or depression statistics in Great Britain, 2021. HSE 2021) 

Stress, depression or anxiety and musculoskeletal disorders accounted for the majority of days lost due to work-related ill health in 2019/20, 17.9 million and 8.9 million respectively.

(Source: https://www.hse.gov.uk/statistics/dayslost.htm) 

**  Many studies have now shown that deepening connectedness with trees, wildlife, and nature is proven to improve mental wellbeing.

(Source: University of Derby Nature Connectedness Research Group)

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