We believe in the nature of people to positively change the world we are living in. By nature, people want to grow; develop themselves and are compassionate towards others. But in our hectic lives we lost the connection with (our) nature. Inspired by the great wisdom of nature we help you and your company (re)connect and find the answers that are already within you.
Have you lost connection with what it is you truly desire? Do you feel stuck? Are you looking for more meaning in your company/life?
We invite you on an adventurous journey to your true nature. Contact us now for a free discovery sessions.
Guidings & Retreats
We guide you on your journey to reconnect with your true nature and give you tools to create the life you desire.
Workshops & Ceremonies
We offer workshops and Shamanic ceremonies that give you new insights in yourself, your team and your company.
Together with NGO’s and entrepreneurs we develop initiatives in which people and nature thrive.
Lots of Lesvos
We started a new brand of high quality culinary products from Lesbos. By selling our products we support local farmers and refu...
Together with CARE Netherlands we started Sistersociety, an international movement of women entrepreneurs.
Junglebirds came up with a crazy journey, a green book and a travel website to raise awareness for sustainable tourism.
Plastic straws are too lightweight to recycle and loads of them end up in the ocean. Therefore we started a campaign to ban the...
Long distance coaching
We initiated a program of long distance coaching between Dutch and Jemeni entrepreneurs.
“We often forget that we are nature. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we’ve lost our connection to ourselves.”
Biomimicry ‘mimics’ natural systems. It’s the practice of adapting nature’s best ‘ideas’ to the invention of sustainable tech...
Humanity’s 21st century challenge is to meet the needs of all within the means of the planet. In other words: to ensure that no...
Looking beyond the current “take, make and dispose” extractive industrial model, the circular economy is restorative.