Do you sell tickets for an event, performance or venue?
Find out more about Eventfinda Ticketing.

You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
Nature Connections - Forest Serenity

When:

Sun 14 Mar 2021, 9:30am–3:00pm

Where: Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari, 99 Tari Road, Te Awamutu, Waipa

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $150.00
  • Additional fees may apply

10 weekly payments.
No interest, no fees.

That's it! We manage automatic weekly payments until you're paid off. Full purchase details can be viewed anytime online.


You will need

  • To be over 18 years old
  • Visa/Mastercard payment
  • NZ drivers licence or passport
  • First instalment paid today
Learn more about how it works. Credit criteria applies. Weekly payments will be automatically deducted. Failed instalments incur a $10 charge. See our Terms & Conditions for more information.

We will walk at a slow pace with lots of stops and a maximum continuous time on your feet of just over an hour so the moderate track gradients and distance should not pose a problem to anyone of reasonable walking ability. We will be spending the day in Te Tūī a Tāne southern enclosure based in the Events Centre which provides overhead protection from the weather.

Lunch can be included as an add-on for $15.00. It will be provided by Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari and will consist of a wholesome bun or sandwich, baking like you'd make at home, a piece of fruit and a muesli bar. Please feel free to bring your own lunch. If you need more information about the suitability of this day for you please contact us.

More about your hosts:

Rosie is a graduate of the Bodylight method, Bodylight integrates pilates, yoga and qigong techniques into a wholistic approach to the health of body and mind. She has practised and taught pilates and qigong for many years. Rosie is also a guide at Maungatautari and well versed in the ecology of the maunga. Forest Serenity will include qigong standing and moving forms with the intention of balancing and revitalising both body and mind. It involves a series of simple, gentle, flowing movements which are repeated.

Joyce’s life-long love of plants and the intricacies of Nature germinated in the north of Ireland and continues to grow here at Sanctuary Mountain where she works part-time. Professional training in Ecotherapy intensified the enjoyment and benefits she finds in her relationship with the Natural World and has inspired her to show others ways to discover and deepen their own unique relationships with the Natural World.

Joyce has a Professional Certificate in Ecotherapy
(Wilderness Reflections).