We often hear that getting outside in nature is good for us…
There is increasing scientific evidence that regular contact with plants, nature and particularly gardening can improve our physical and mental health. Research has shown that connecting with nature can reduce feelings of anxiety and stress, boost mood and increase energy levels.
During this new course we will explore how nature and gardening can benefit our wellbeing.
You will gain an understanding into the theory of why connecting with nature can have such a beneficial effect as well as experiencing it for yourselves by taking part in practical activities.
Focusing on a different theme each week, we will be outside in nature or inside in our propagation and potting areas getting hands on with plants and learning new skills.
Examples of activities include:
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There are no entry requirements for this course, just a willingness to be outdoors.
You will need steel toe capped boots and waterproofs.
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10:00 - 14:00
Stanmer Campus - One Garden Brighton
People who finish this course can progress onto further horticulture qualifications, and will have the opportunity to attend future courses around well-being and horticulture
Apply for this course online now to begin you journey towards a qualification in Well-being Through Horticulture.
Not quite ready to apply yet? We are happy to discuss courses and help you find the perfect fit.