We provide educational and meaningful garden-based programs to grow fresh food and cultivate wellbeing.
“Our purpose is to make gardening accessible for everyone”
Soil to Supper provides onsite and online programs based on Therapeutic Horticulture methods to enable people of all walks of life to access the garden, build connections and experience the joy of growing fresh food.
Through our signature programs we provide in-house garden-based activities or join the online training to gain skills and knowledge to deliver your own programs.
Gardening Program for all Abilities
The Soil to Supper Gardening Program is for people of all ages and abilities and delivered onsite within organisations or in participant’s homes by our trained team.
The Gardening Program offers participants the opportunity to improve emotional wellness and physical health, learn new skills, develop confidence and enhance social connection through garden-based activities and growing fresh food.
Therapeutic Horticulture Training
Do you have a passion for gardening? Would you enjoy a profession that serves and gives joy to others?
Join Cath for the unique Therapeutic Horticulture Training and learn ways to provide meaningful garden-based activities that enhance wellness.
From the training you would understand the ways to guide and support others to enjoy gardening in their home, within an aged care home, NDIS or community organisation.
Therapeutic gardening program a veritable lifesaver…
There is no doubt in my mind that Cath Manuel’s Therapeutic Gardening Program has been one of the most significant positive influences on my recovery from Major Depression and General Anxiety Disorder.
From the initial planning session onward, Cath uses a collaborative approach to the creation of my weekly gardening sessions. Developing the program to meet my physical, mental and emotional needs appears to come natural to Cath.
My active involvement in planning ensures that I get the maximum benefit from every gardening session. Initially I was capable of limited input to this process however with Cath’s increasing knowledge of my needs and limitations, and using her horticultural knowledge and experience, she was able to draw on my gradually returning capabilities. Over time I was more confident and increasingly able to contribute to the planning process.
I value our weekly, two-and-a-half hour gardening sessions immensely and eagerly look forward to them. The program naturally varies from week to week, depending on the seasons, vagaries of the weather and tasks needing attention.
Being such a “hands-on” activity, gardening can be exhausting and satisfying both physically and mentally… and therein lies the reason why Cath’s Therapeutic Gardening Program has been, and still is, an absolute winner and a Godsend for me…
A very big thank-you Cath.
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