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What We Do, Who We Are, Mission and Methods 

About Earth Moves

At Earth Moves, we tackle different issues, such as social isolation, environmental degradation, and mental health. We promote healthy eating, ecological sustainability, and ecotherapy. We facilitate community engagement, linking the arts and horticulture. Creative activities such as dance and art enable people to focus on wellbeing, personal transformation, and immersion in nature. We do this through various workshops and events. We seek to empower people to unite and make positive changes in the local community.

We are a grassroots community cooperative, adhering to cooperative ethics and principles. We advocate holistic, self-empowered, and creative ways of learning, focusing on the importance of community.
We adhere to;
Co-operative values
Read our environmental policy here 

Our Mission here, and our aims are here 
equality and diversity statement 
View our safeguarding policy 
Read Earth Moves Articles here 
View the gallery of past events

Earth Moves is committed to diversity and inclusion principles
and provides experiences that create cultural bridges.
Earth Moves consists of a diverse community of friends and collaborators.

Earth Moves Directors           
 The rest of the team here


We offer an interdisciplinary approach to well-being and building community. We believe in mutual aid, peer learning, and working collectively. We are a not-for-profit that adheres to cooperative and ethical values.

We provide workshops, retreats, courses, and consultancy. We believe that immersion in art, creativity, meditation, and the natural world are ways to enhance performance, productivity, mood, and health.

Our research and experience show that safe and healing spaces are essential for mental and physical health. We provide places where people can express themselves and connect to themselves and each other. 

Earth Moves influences holistic and self-empowered ways of engagement, healing, conflict resolution, and enhanced understanding. We offer organizational development activities as well as community education and well-being events.
In the face of climate change, we also seek to empower local people with knowledge and practical skills to tackle this existential crisis.  Innovation, imagination, collaborative practice, and creativity are crucial to improved working conditions, creating communities where physical, psychological, and environmental wellness can be supported, and promoting healthy ecosystems.
The highly qualified and experienced team at Earth Moves uses various techniques and strategies to deliver our work with skills that range from cooking to sculpture. We can provide diverse events that reflect the local community's needs and desires.

Telegraph Lane
 4-acre community arts wellbeing and permaculture project
Earth Media
Earth Consultancy green interventions, making and planning a community garden.

Sacred Tours – We can arrange a contemporary pilgrimage for businesses and communities to sacred sites in Britain.
Nature Immersion and eco-therapy -for groups, communities, and business
Meditation groups and sessions can take many forms, but most are simple, transferable techniques that are not mystical or dependent on a particular belief or religious view. Instead, they are functional tools to transform the mind and can benefit almost anyone. 
Dance for mental and physical health Earth Moves dance sessions are used both as a therapeutic tool and a non-verbal way to unite groups in a safe space. Dance is an excellent form of mindfulness that heightens awareness of the body, sensations, and emotions while connecting with the group consciousness.
Holistic and well-being projects – Involving nature, dance, drumming, music, and the visual arts, as well as self-discovery and recovery from trauma and addiction. We offer opportunities to attain collective health, happiness, and creative expression.
Retreats – Delivering personal transformation experiences for well-being, creativity, and embodied expression.
We also offer training, talks and networking.


Paula Ishtar                                            Peter Rix 

Mark Hudson                                                     Susan Golligher 

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