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An Adventure with Katya and Helen

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Join Katya and Helen for a day of adventuring outdoors, having some FUN and learning how to bring more adventure to our day-to-day.

1. How have you had adventure in your life in the past?

2. How do you have adventure in your life currently?

3. How would you like to have more adventure in your life?

These are the questions we will be pondering as we take the time out to fill up, rejuvenate and rediscover our mojo. 

Hosted by Katya Willems, Microadventurer, and Helen Calvert, The No Bullsh*t Coach.

The day will include a guided walk and forest bathing in the beautiful Alderley Edge countryside, where you will be encouraged to find what feels adventurous to you, along with some prompts and discussions as we enjoy the outdoors. In the afternoon we will spend time journaling, discussing and vision boarding on the questions above, and learning how having fun outside of our comfort zone can increase our resilience for life's more serious challenges.

This day will leave you feeling pepped up, and that will have a great impact on your productivity and your life. This day will profoundly impact your wellbeing, your happiness AND your business. You will be more effective because you will able to be more discerning about what it is that you actually want. Increase your flex for handling life's curveballs and learn how to create adventure when life is a challenge. 

Adventure is good for our energy levels, resilience, bounce, tolerance and our ability to create fresh ideas. Join us to top up your battery so you can go on for longer and you can shine brighter. It is the very least that you deserve.

Only 10 places available, book now to avoid disappointment.

Lunch to be purchased from The Wizard Tea Rooms.

For Alderley Edge National Trust car park use SK10 4UB on your Sat Nav. Parking is pay & display, or free to National Trust members.

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