Mushroom foraging and hunting. Observing the many species. Take photoâ€™s and research what you find after. Mushrooms have been used as a source of nutrition and medicinal purposes for hundreds of years. Check out this link to find out more.
Go for a bushwalk in the rain, smelling the air and plants and watching the raindrops (even try and catch some) as they dance in the light on the leaves
Go out and chop wood to make a cozy fire.
Cook some delicious damper on an open fire
Go out foraging for lemon balm, rosehip and ginger to brew your own immunity blend of tea
Go on a family bike ride, and enjoy a picnic and hot chocolates at the end
Make art with the fallen autumn leaves and what you find in nature
Go to a river or waterfall after a big downpour of rain to see the rapid water movement.
Go fishing with a friend, bring a thermos of tea and enjoy the peace and each other’s company
Explore the many kinds of soup to make and warm up your insides
I'm an Exercise Scientist leading Personal Training and active tours around Parks Victoria protected spaces of Warburton and the Mornington Peninsula. A lover all things movement, incorporating nature into our sessions and personal workouts.
I spent 2014 in Japan working as a tour guide and researching trails and writing active trips for both Australia and Japan.
I enjoy competing in fun runs and trail runs, with my favourite being the Two Bays trail run.
You can check out some of my workouts and fitness tips on my personal blog, www.getfitadventurept.com
Qualifications include: Bachelor in Sport and Exercise Science, Certificates III and IV in fitness, Level 1 instructor in Mat Pilates, Wild fitness trainer, Level I and II boxing instructor, Surf instructor.
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