About this Event
LENS.SOUND.NATURE. offers a unique opportunity to unwind, relax, and reconnect with the natural world. This event promises to captivate your senses and provide a moment of respite from the bustling city.
Come and join us and awaken your sense on a journey of sound, song and photography.
Nature walks have been shown to boost mood and encourage physical activity, helping to reduce stress, improve mental clarity and enhance overall well-being.
Music and sound have a unique ability to evoke emotions and memories, and photography ignites the power of memory in a profound way. Amy & Sarah aim to nurture your soul in nature giving you time out to reconnect to your breath, creativity and community.
Are you ready to embark on a sensory adventure that will awaken your soul and create lasting memories?
Join us for an immersive experience that merges the therapeutic qualities of sound and song with the mindfulness of photography, igniting the power of memory in a profound way.
This is an in-person event that will take place on Tooting Commons, meeting at the Tooting Cafe, London, SW12 9HJ on Friday 20th October 2023 at 11am.
During the experience we will be walking a short distance from the cafe to the Tooting Common woodlands, where the experience will take place.
Amy Adams and Sarah Stephenson.
At Nature.Connected.Creative. we are walking alongside you on a path of serenity, discovery and renewal. Breathe in the fresh air, capture life's essence and let healing energies flow.
We believe in reconnecting you to nature's rhythms through forest bathing, awakening your senses with photography and using your eyes as a camera, plus soothing your spirit with healing sound..
ABOUT SARAH: Sarah is a professional musician, vocal coach and trained Sound Healer. She runs Sound Baths and collaborative sound workshops in East Sussex and London. Sarah has always been aware of the profound and transformative effect of sound and how it promotes a sense of wellbeing. She believes by aligning with the vibration and beauty of nature we can connect to ourselves on a deeper level. By developing our listening skills, we reconnect to our environment and open our mind to a bigger perception of our outer and inner world. Read more about Sarah Stephenson
ABOUT AMY: Amy is a local Tooting professional photographer for over twenty years and is also a qualified forest bathing guide. Amy feels that working outside with photography and being in nature is very important in her work with people. She is an advocate of using photography to promote positive mental well-being to help enjoy the outdoors and explore all the fantastic places we are surrounded by in South London. Amy believes that photographs are memories captured in time which last forever. The 'Wild About Tooting & Furzedown 'book is a testament to her commitment to her community and the place she calls home. Read more about Amy Adams
What to wear and bring:
- Sensible comfortable clothes and supportive shoes
- Waterproof jacket advisable in case of light showers
- Water to stay hydrated
Come and join us on this transformative workshop and embark on a journey of self-discovery.
Mark your calendars and join us at Tooting Cafe.
Places are limited so don't miss out-book early.
After booking your ticket, an email will be sent to you with a questionnaire -please fill it in so we can get to know you a bit better.
Amy - 07798 5300 30
Sarah - 07581 716233
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Tooting Bec Common Cafe, tooting cafe, London, United Kingdom