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Outdoor EcoTherapy Workshop

  • McCallum Park 3332 Rosemary Lane Vestavia Hills, AL, 35216 United States (map)

Join Jasper Elliott Wolfe for an Outdoor Ecotherapy Workshop!
This is a unique experience where participants learn some steps to having a more connected and spiritual relationship with Mother Earth while gaining the benefits of being in nature.

Jasper is an Ecotherapy Guide and teaches a specialty yoga series called EcoYoga. It is a blend of Ecotherapy practices and Mindfulness. This outdoor experience is a great way to embody and practice all that students have been learning during the Fall semester of Ecoyoga. Packages do apply to this workshop. However, even if you haven't made it to a weekly class, this workshop is open to everyone.

Each workshop will be a blend of experiential exercises to reconnect us with the natural world as well as mindfulness practices to get us in touch with our body, mind, and Spirit. The goal is to REMEMBER who we are.

Class Packages with Jasper will be honored and can be purchased and used for all of the classes offered during the Fall Semester of ECOyoga. (even the Tuesday, Wednesday,Friday, and Saturday specialty classes)

Please email Jasper at if you plan to attend this workshop. You will receive an email with instructions on what to bring.

4 Class- $58
8 Class- $108
16 Class- $200
Single Drop in- $17
First Class Special- $10
*All Packages will expire at the end of the Winter Semester.

What is Ecotherapy?

Ecotherapy can take many forms but it is based on the scientific evidence that human beings are affected positively through their connection to the natural world. However, it is more than just a walk in the park. Not only do we need the exposure to sunlight, fresh air, water, and earth but on a spiritual level we must remember that we ARE Nature. Human beings are in a symbiotic and reciprocal relationship with Mother Earth. The health of the Earth is reflected in us and vice versa. Interdependence is the name of the game.

Many humans suffer from Nature Deficit Disorder and this can lead to depression, anxiety, and a feeling of unease. By reconnecting to our Source and purpose through intentional contact with Nature, we give ourselves the very best environment to heal from the stressors of modern day society.

However, this is not just a one sided relationship. Earth is not here solely for humans to consume and use. We are in a reciprocal relationship with her. By reconnecting on a spiritual level with Gaia, human beings understand their place in the system and what is required of them to give back to Earth.

Earlier Event: November 24
Earth Church Gathering
Later Event: December 22
Earth Church Gathering