Natureshops & Retreats

Carol offers online and in-person Nature-shops and Retreats on a regular and on-request basis. When you sign up for Carol’s newsletter, you’ll be up-to-date on current offerings. Additional requests for non-scheduled topics/times will be considered.

What’s Next Quests

Ever wondered about the next steps in your life.  What’s the next chapter like and can you shape it?  Who are you now and how do you bring yourself forward into the world. Through individual and group sessions you can begin the process of uncovering what’s next for you. Please contact us for more information.

The Work That Reconnects


Drawing from deep ecology, systems theory and spiritual traditions, the Work That Reconnects (WTR) builds motivation, creativity, courage, and solidarity for the transition to a sustainable human culture. First emerging in 1978, this pioneering, open-source body of work has its roots in the teachings and experiential methods of Joanna Macy.

The Work That Reconnects has inspired thousands of people to take heart and work together for the sake of life on Earth, despite rapidly worsening social and ecological conditions. The Work That Reconnects occurs in a spiral, mapping a journey through four successive stages: Coming from Gratitude, Honoring our Pain for the World, Seeing with New Eyes, and Going Forth.

Workshops are regularly offered throughout the year.

Introduction to the Enneagram

The work Enneagram comes from the Greek words ennea (nine) and gram (what is written or drawn). It refers to the nine different Enneagram styles, identified as the number 1-9. Each number represents a worldview and archetype that resonates with the way in which people think, feel and act and how they stand in relation to the world, others and themselves.

The Enneagram is a useful guide on the journey towards self-development and relationship building. Learn more about your true nature!


Linking to my natural courage gave me the exceptional gift of creativity which I applied to changing my life in a deeply meaningful way.
– Marian T, Toronto, Ontario, Canada