Adventure: an undertaking usually involving danger and unknown risks (Merriam-Webster, 2018).
Adventure is as subjective as the individual, and what we get out of it is often what we put into it. It’s a strange mentality, to enjoy the discomfort that concerted effort can bring. But the benefits of that effort is often what keeps coming back for more. Like that desperate hot chocolate consumed during a down-pour on a multi-day paddle, to the glorious rays of first light of the day, to scrambling throughs rocks, dirt and trees with good friends.
Harry and I both have experience working in the outdoors with individuals and groups running nature based programming, and are working towards an adventure therapy practice. We’re both looking forward to helping others stoke their fire, possibly try something new, and build the confidence you need to realize your other life/transformational goals.
In the meantime, we’re going to be simultaneously building the Wilding Community and developing digital content to tickle your interest while we sort out how to make our own dreams a reality.
Follow us on Instagram (@wildadventuretherapy), and tag your photos with #WeTheWildlings to be featured on the community account. 🙂