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An Earth Wisdom Perspective

Gift yourself time to reflect and connect...
with the land, with others, with you.

Learn a specific framework for keeping yourself in balance so you can be present in your life.

This approach emphasizes taking personal responsibility for our stories. In an outdoor group setting, expand your experience of yourself as a mirror of the beauty and balance of nature. In the process, redefine how you relate to your life (past and current) and to yourself.

Woman in the Nature

Prioritize the relationship 

between you and this living system as fundamental, as a way of knowing essential for wellbeing. 

In each of the first four sessions, we will focus on one aspect needed when assessing internal balance and stability. The fifth session puts together these four fundamental components in a holistic approach to self-care.

Awaken aspects of you mirrored in nature. 
Step in as you are,
Leave more balanced, whole, and connected.


Adults are welcome. Exchange is $250 for all five sessions, or $55 per session. For the complete and balanced experience, we recommend attending all five sessions. CEU information available for nurses upon request.


2024 Saturdays 1-5PM:

  • April 6

  • May 11

  • June 1

  • July 13

  • August 3


Ritters Farm Park

19300 Ritter Pkwy Trail

Lakeville, MN 55044


$250 for all five sessions

$55 per session

Sarah Bowman


Sarah Bowman is a Board Certified Art Therapist and MN-Licensed

Marriage and Family Therapist.

Sarah provided in-home mental health care from 2015 to 2017, when she transitioned to office-based mental health care. She provided mental health care for adolescents and children in a hospital setting (Fairview) for about three years. She currently works as an art therapist and marriage and family therapist serving children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples at Mental Health Counseling Services in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Her therapy work is currently expanding to include a focus on nature.


Becca Manthe


Becca Manthe is an eco-art therapy student at the Adler Graduate School in MN.

She is a musician, artist, writer, teacher, group facilitator, and art therapy graduate student. She has formal education in the fine arts, industrial design, and Irish fiddle.

Nature-based materials, 2D and 3D art forms (wire sculpture, weaving, paper, collage, drawing, painting, and clay), music, expressive movement, and creative writing are ways that she explores communication. She has a Buddhist-oriented spiritual practice and an ecopsychology therapeutic orientation. She is a Caucasian woman of Norwegian and German descent who is coupled in a male-female partnership.


Join us in reconnecting with the land and the joy of living through community and nature.

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