Welcome back to The Wellbeing Garden!
After a few years away, I’m back in The Wellbeing Garden and have some fabulous ideas to inspire you to grow health in your garden.
Most of my work now is in the field of Therapeutic Horticulture, and through Soil to Supper I deliver Therapeutic Gardening Programs to many people onsite in my community and online through our Online Gardening Community.
I’m always being asked what therapeutic horticulture or garden therapy are actually all about, so in this episode I’ll give you a few ideas and ways you can enhance your health in the garden.
In this episode I’ll share;
- A description of Therapeutic Horticulture
- How it helps people from all walks of life
- Ways that you can get started in your garden
- How to support people of all abilities and promote good health
Here’s the extra resources that you may find helpful…
- 30 minutes in the garden
- Follow these fun activities
- Therapeutic Horticulture Training
- 7 Stunning sensory plants
- Keep gardening through bad weather
Join the FREE Grow Health Program HERE and gather inspirations for enhancing your own wellness, and the health of others you may care for, through gardening.
And join the ‘Soil to Supper Facebook Club’ to ask questions, share what you grow and connect with others.
Are you lacking confidence to grow healthy food and not sure what to do or what to grow?
or maybe you’re aiming to have good health and enjoy gardening?
Become a member of our Soil to Supper Community, where you’ll access monthly growing guides, masterclasses, loads of resources and support to grow your food and grow your health!
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Enjoy this time in your garden and the fun activities to boost your good health.
Thank You for joining me in The Wellbeing Garden, enjoy a fabulous day,
© cath manuel 18thMay2022
Thanks for all.your advice Cath.
I have a under active thyroid disease and Hashimotos along with autoimmune.diseases so I need all my vegies to be grown organically so I appreciate all.your advice. I also love gardening and I know the vegies I pick from my garden are not going to.make me ill. So thanks again.