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Back to Nature is a grove which takes place in different locations, and is different in nature. Also this is a mixed group, I try to keep it open just for women but every time I have been asked if the husband can participate, and I cannot say no. I would like everyone to have the taste of embodied practices, and the experience of having resources of how to take care of themselves and the planet.
Our purpose is to come together to create spaces to be in Nature, with trees, to do nothing more than LISTEN. We believe for our future survival of our species, we must HEAR what Earth is needing instead of going forward as if we know more than the Natural world. We will also have gatherings for Sistering and learning about Tree Sisters and feminine nature-based leadership. So far we connect on Facebook, but planning for starting in person meetings. This Grove is a Bloomington, Indiana USA group. Our circles will move around the local area to meet "great and memorable trees".
Sharing nourishing meditations, rituals of gratitude, the loving presence of each other and lots of beautiful songs! With our voices we want to honour the trees, nature spirits and mother earth as well as the beauty of each other's soul. We meet once a month in a nearby woodland.
Embodied nature connection and sharing / sistering. We meet monthly around new moon. During our Grove gathering, we spend time individually in nature with trees, together in sharing and creativity around the fire, and we share food together too. We always include some embodied practice. We're working towards more tree planting in our community. This is currently a closed Grove and contact.
Building a community of women to support and inspire each other, taking care of each other, the land, the trees and future generations. We meet once a month in the beautiful setting of the Krumbecker Hof Transition Farm. This grove is mainly German speaking.
Planting conscious seeds of healing intention. There are five of us in Southern Oregon who decided to begin a grove. We all share in the responsibility of being a grove tender. You can contact any one of us for more information. Heide North - email@example.com, Cynthia Taylor - firstname.lastname@example.org, Suzanne Marie - email@example.com, Kim Smith - firstname.lastname@example.org, Laural Wauters - email@example.com.
We are a Grove dedicated To Helping individuals grow themselves and making themselves stronger through sistering and friendships with the community, each other and their children. Bringing awareness to our community, schools and our natural areas about reforestation and the dying of ashtrees. This Grove involves online meetings and monthly meditation in person and other physical meetings vary throughout the year. This is currently a closed Grove, though open with invite.
We are WOMEN WAGING PEACE. We meet to nurture ourselves using techniques that enhance wellbeing creatively so we then feel empowered to contribute to the restoration of the planet. We meet in Hoylake, Wirral once a month and had our first meeting in October 2019. We hope to showcase TreeSisters at Wirral Earth Festival in September and are currently planning ways to highlight how beautiful the restoration of the planet can be, using our individual skills and talents.
Bringing together women in Johannesburg to deepen our relationship with trees, ourselves and each other in circle; to grow understanding of our role now on earth, to take actions together to bring trees to where people and our ecosystem needs them. We are mostly on-line at Jozi Tree Sister, but gradually moving into some in-person meetings and activities. The grove is informal and evolving - contributions, ideas, initiatives welcome.
We focus on regenerative in-breath work. Treesisters and non-treesisters meet in Plymouth monthly within Plymouth Red Tents space in the Wednesday evening nearest the full moon if possible, with special events in Looe. This Grove is guided by treesisters meditations and welcomes people who wish to contribute to the sessions as well as be replenished.
We plant trees in an urban context and support women develop their leadership skills. Our Grove started in October 2019 and meets once a month on the 2nd Thursday of the month. We have a Facebook group which we use to organise ourselves for tree planting.
We gather together to support and witness each others coming home to ourselves as women. We nourishing ourselves with sisterhood to build resources and resilience to take action for our earth. We meet monthly. This is currently a closed Grove and contact.