Earth & Us ~ 1 Day

Exploring the Spirit of Place

Workshop Registration



Saturday Nov 5th

13 Pitt St Millthorpe


Earth & Us

1 Day


Exploring the Spirit of Place

Rosebank Garden Studio

Millthorpe NSW 

 Sunday Nov 6th

10am- 5pm

$ 155


This is a fun day exploring the spirit of place. With a few tips we will be communicating with trees, with water, with the spirit of a hill or a garden.

Practical | Experiential | Theoretical

We will be introduced to the subtle energies of place in such a way that you will be able to return to your home and explore the surrounding landscape.

If you have wanted a deeper relationship with nature, this is the workshop for you.

Earth meridians | Energy wells

The spirit of Trees | Energy Networks

Sacred weaves | Historic trauma

Thresholds | Land Beings

This workshop will combine, practical techniques in the field, with a theoretical framework to help us understand how to hold our energy and what we are experiencing.

Recognising presence 

Internalising Consciousness

Breathing with the Earth 

Space Scanning 

Earth listening 

Sense with your body

There will be experiential references that confirm that we are part of the earth, that we share this beautiful place with a myriad of other life Forms. It will also give us tools for unlocking traumas in the land and helping to bring balance and harmony to our relationships with other life.

Helen has studied consciousness for more than 20 years in Australia, the United States and Europe. She will draw on her training and her personal experiences with land to reveal the divinity and subtle life that is all around us. Helen has a plethora of techniques to fill up your tool kit.

While meditating overseas, Helen began having experiences of a group of energetic Aboriginal women who were at a particular location at her home property in Central Western NSW. Over time these Women began to guide Helen on a journey exploring the subtle energies of Place. Helen’s book, Across the Creek land energy experience in the home paddock, shares what is possible.

Across The Creek