Sustainability for mental health projects: Two day Permaculture Course
At The Yurt, Iver Environmental Centre
Developing a greencare mental health service using an integrated systems approach
Monday 23 March and Monday 27 April 2015
Permaculture is an ethical framework which cares for people, cares for the planet and ensures fair shares. It uses whole system thinking to consciously create productive environments that mimic the diversity, stability and resilience of natural systems. With these techniques we can design for abundance, enjoy superior health and wellbeing, and allow ourselves more sustainable choices.
On this two day course, you will learn about:
- the ethics and principles of permaculture
- useful design methods
- observation skills
- tackling a real design problem
- how to apply these techniques to design your own urban systems
The teaching style will be lively, participatory and thought provoking. We hope that you will come away with the understanding and inspiration to create your own meaningful solutions.
With Kevin Mascarenhas :Kevin is an experienced permaculture & systems designer who specialises in participatory design, project visualisation, project articulation and systems thinking. Since leaving a corporate career, he completed an intensive yoga training in India, followed by permaculture study tours of Australia and Central America.
His ‘Natural Flow’ consultancy has designed and consulted on numerous permaculture projects in the UK and overseas, and organises various training events.. Places are limited to 15 – book early to avoid disappointment
Attendance at both days is required for certificate of completion
£50 (£20 concessions) for both days
Bring & share lunch