Part 3 and 4 of our nature-based coaching webinar is now available to watch for free – revealing the value of coaching in and with nature for our health and wellbeing, and to drive action for the planet

Our recent webinar with the Climate Coaching Alliance revealed some of the ways that coaching can work in partnership with nature.

Parts 1 and 2 dealt with the nature crisis, and the nature of coaching, respectively and can be watched on Vimeo.

We are now releasing parts 3 and 4 of the webinar. These can be watched now on this page, or on Vimeo for free.

Part 3 – The nature crisis

Here we get into the good stuff. How being in nature makes us health, happy and well…and how we might tap into that in our coaching work. What are the benefits of nature for coach and client?

Nature-based coaching – the why, what and how. Part 3 (of 5)

part 4 – the nature of coaching

In Part 4 we ask the question ‘What is the value of partnering with nature through coaching?’. And a bee orchid makes an appearance….

Nature-based coaching – the why, what and how. Part 4 (of 5)

We will be releasing THE FINAL episode in the coming days – watch this space!


  • 62.8% nature-connected people more likely to have higher self esteem. Barton & Pretty (2010) What is the Best Dose of Nature and Green Exercise for Improving Mental Health? A Multi-Study Analysis. Environmental Science and Technology
  • Those living 1km from nature less likely to suffer from 15 diseases including depression and heart disease. Maas et al (2009) Morbidity is related to a green living environment. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
  • Over 50 research studies support the findings that nature connection increases life satisfaction. Pritchard et al (2019) The Relationship Between Nature Connectedness and Eudaimonic Well-Being: A Meta-analysis. Journal of Happiness Studiers
  • In various experiments, awe – especially in nature – increased ethical decision making, generosity, helping and other pro-social behaviour. Key to this is the idea of ‘the small self’. Piff et al (2015) Awe, the Small Self, and Prosocial Behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.


  • Michael J Cohen is a proponent for 54 ‘natural webstring self-evidence senses and sensitivities’ through his ‘Project NatureConnect’.
  • A positive feedback loop has been demonstrated – people who have a higher degree of connectedness to nature report greater pro-environmental behaviour. Alcock et al (2020) Associations between pro-environmental behaviour and neighbourhood nature, nature visit frequency and nature appreciation: Evidence from a nationally representative survey in England. Environment International.

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