Join us and get wild !
You are back at the ranch in lockdown, but fear not – we have put together some activities to keep you focused, fit and entertained during the corona-virus outbreak. Looking after the mental and physical health of you and your family.
So for adults and children of all ages, no matter who you are, where you are or what you have – have a look through mindfulness guides to calm body and mind, activities to fill time purposefully, and reflections for gratitude and ideas to keep everyone functioning as well as can be.
From yoga with kids to gardening tips, we are sure that you can find something wonderful to do or practice through these ideas and links, during this uncertain period of self-isolation, social distancing and quarantine.
We know the coming days and weeks are going to be difficult for all of us, but especially families across the UK, as the spread of Covid-19 causes schools to close and we are encouraged to self isolate. While we normally love the great outdoors, (and with care can still have bits of it), we’ve pulled together some inspired indoor activity ideas (if we do say so ourselves).
Every week we are posting new material to help you engage with nature in the best way you can, through videos, photos and fun for all the family.
Follow us on our social media pages for more content and what you can do during this time. Why not share what you have been up to with friends and family on social media but keep us in the loop with #wfwildtime.
Keeping yourself and kids learning new skills and having fun can all be discovered below.
CEO Jo Roberts says ‘Connecting in a healthy way with Nature can help us get through this crisis – it is proven to help our mental health, is something to mindful about, you can engage with physically, and without us even knowing it…the chemicals emitted from trees, and the shapes of leaves and their branches of trees help our brains calm. Not everyone can get outside and so we hope that finding other exercises and listening to the sounds of nature will offer some solace as well.’