Imagining your ‘inner plant’

At our latest Treecreative walkshop, Tracey shared a reading of a wonderful paper by Natasha Myers, titled Sensing Botanical Sensoria: A Kriya for Cultivating Your Inner Plant Sensing Botanical Sensoria: A Kriya for Cultivating Your Inner Plant by Natasha Myers Never forget this: your body does not end at the skin.[1]Your contours are not constrained byContinue reading “Imagining your ‘inner plant’”

EVENTS | Treecreative at Australian National Botanic Gardens

As part of CBR Tree Week we held another Treecreative walkshop on Saturday 8 May 2021 at the Australian National Botanic Gardens (ANBG). With a small group participants joining us for a morning of connecting to place, guided meditation and creative play, we explored the gardens looking for endangered trees. The walk was an interactiveContinue reading “EVENTS | Treecreative at Australian National Botanic Gardens”

Tree grounding meditation

This simple guided meditation is a great way to connect to place, feel grounded and aligned with nature. We use this meditation in our Treecreative workshops and it is suitable for all ages. We also offer this grounding meditation as part of in-person and virtual workshops. Getting readyImagine yourself as a tree. If it isContinue reading “Tree grounding meditation”

EVENTS | Treecreative at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor

We ran our first public walkshop under the banner of Treecreative on Saturday 1 May 2021 at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor. The walkshop was booked out with 15 wonderful participants joining us for a morning of connecting to place, guided meditation and creative play. Our journey took us up the hill, past an eagles nest andContinue reading “EVENTS | Treecreative at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor”

EVENTS | Pilot walk at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor

Today we had a small group gathered for the first “Treecreative” walk at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor for a pilot walk. It was a lovely Autumn day and after a week of heavy rain, we were lucky to have some good weather for our walk. This is a project which has been in the planning forContinue reading “EVENTS | Pilot walk at Ginninderry Conservation Corridor”

EVENTS | Walking meditation at Urambi | First Friday Walks

Last Friday afternoon, our founder Tracey led a guided mediation walk along Tuggeranong Creek at Urambi. The group was encouraged to walk in silence after a grounding exercise and led to a creek crossing shaded by Casuarinas. Once everyone arrived, they were invited to spend some time in creative contemplation. Here is some documentation. ListeningContinue reading “EVENTS | Walking meditation at Urambi | First Friday Walks”

WELLBEING | Finding Endangered Species

Yesterday the team went to their favourite local playground, the Ginninderry Conversation Corridor (GCC) to help the conservation officers monitor the rare Pink-tailed Legless Lizard. This little critter is also known as the Pink-tailed Worm Lizard or affectionately “Pinky” because they look like an earthworm and have a pinkish tail. The Pink-tailed Legless Lizard isContinue reading “WELLBEING | Finding Endangered Species”

WELLBEING | Black Mountain Reserve

Following on from last weekends walk around Nara Peace Park, this weekend the team decided it was time to check in to Black Mountain for tree time. Despite very chilly weather and a wind chill below zero, Tracey and Marty rugged up to have a look around Black Mountain reserve, spotting some beautiful flowers alongContinue reading “WELLBEING | Black Mountain Reserve”

WELLBEING | Nara Peace Park

Last week, Tracey and Marty headed to Canberra’s Nara Peace Park for some tree time after a big week. Located close to the Yarralumla Yacht Club and across the lake from the National Museum of Australia, Canberra Nara Peace Park is located within Lennox Gardens on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin. The park hasContinue reading “WELLBEING | Nara Peace Park”

Arboretum Collective | Locative Media Summer School

Over the past two weeks, our founder Tracey has been participating in the Locative Media Summer School hosted by King’s College London in collaboration with Supercluster. It was a very inspiring time where the participants worked in teams to create a locative media work using the open source CGeoMap tool. Her team, the Orange TeamContinue reading “Arboretum Collective | Locative Media Summer School”