Providers of Nature and
Health based therapies

Explore the providers already offering nature & health based therapies in the Bristol area.

If you would like your organisation to be listed here then please email: info@natureandhealthpractitioners.com

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This organisation offers three different six-week courses to help people make positive changes to their wellbeing. 

For anyone with long-term health conditions, low mood, anxiety or stress.

Run at Feed Bristol and Dundry Slopes.

How to get involved

Referrals from health professionals and those involved in social prescribing are welcomed but anyone can refer someone – and you can refer yourself. Simply send your completed referral form and they’ll be in touch to talk to you. Click here for more info

Outdoor College

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Social enterprise offering woodland wellbeing and many more wellbeing courses at their site in North Somerset. 

How to get involved

Visit their website and check out upcoming courses click here for more info 

Ecowild

Campfire in Forest

Many courses engaging and reconnecting children and adults with nature, whilst improving mental health. Courses held in various locations around Bristol.

How to get involved

Contact Emily for more info

Off the Record

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A mental health social movement by and for young people aged 11-25 living in Bristol and South Gloucestershire - offers nature and horticulture-based wellbeing projects. Based in Speedwell, Bristol.

How to get involved

Visit their website to check availability and contact the team

Natural Academy

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Offering nature-connection and resilience courses online.

How to get involved

Book online here

Forestry England

Man Hiking in Wilderness

Locations all over the Uk offering community programmes. Read some of their stories here.

How to get involved

Discover which site is best for you and contact them directly for more information

Grow and Make

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Grow and Make

Held in a relaxed and supportive environment, the Grow and Make programme is underpinned by the Five Ways to Wellbeing: Give, Take Notice, Connect, Be Active and Keep Learning. 

Every week you’ll learn more about what you can do in the garden. Click here for further details