nature as a source for healing

Indigenous people of the world lived and behaved as pilgrims. The earth was their temple, their church and their mosque. They went into the wild for their vision quest. They sat under the trees for their prayers and meditation and they did not look up to the sky to find heaven- for their heaven was here on Earth.
— Earth Pilgrim - Satish Kumar
An Eskimo custom offers an angry person release by walking the emotion out of his system in a straight line across the landscape the point at which the anger is conquered is marked with a stick bearing witness to the strength or length of the rage.
— Overlay - Lucy Lippard
The rhythm of walking generates a kind of rhythm of thinking, and the passage through a landscape echoes or stimulates the passage through a series of thoughts. This creates an odd consonance between internal and external passage, one that suggests that the mind is also a landscape of sorts and that walking is one way to travers it.
— Wanderlust - Rebecca Solnit


Our co-founder and walk leader Dee Kyne is Irish born into a healing line and trained from a young age. She has trained internationally with shamans and elders and studied theosophy for the past 20 years. A founding member of the International Shamanic Community ISC. she has extensive training in body work and meditation. 

Our One Love One Step Walks are designed with nature at their core. We live and work in nature and  have live in connected practice. Nature is the way and putting one foot in front of the other in a gentle unhindered manner is the practice learning to live in balance and to rebalance the self. This often creates an energy and exchange that brings healing and understanding to those seeking to awaken or heal themselves and remain in connection with the Earth.

All of our walks are designed for either small groups, or individuals to connect or reconnect into nature as we create a safe place for self-healing and self-realisation into your souls purpose.