Reconnecting and Flourishing


Who are we really? We are part of nature as well as part of society, and
equally we are part of the infinite field. We are co-creators of our world, so
let’s learn more about that, and practice new skills to become more hopeful.
What is most important to you right now? Experiential or
Material Success? If your current focus is Experiential Success then join us.

About the Playshop

If you are willing, you will leave with
… Greater peace and sense of connection to all of life and self
… A journal of ideas, next steps and plans
… More hope and joy
… Techniques: Parallel universe thinking
Emotion-calming Appreciation
… An experience of the sentience of plants

Highlights of the day

Listen to plants communicate
Use creative arts and imagination.
Learn tools to become more hopeful and to calm your emotions


Sat 26th May 2018 10.15am – 3.30pm
Outdoors, with wet weather options.
Bring …your lunch and water bottle (hot drinks provided)
…an arts journal and a folding chair or rug.
We will be walking on easy paths, Please enquire for
access information.

join us

Download our brochure here

Book through Humanitix here

Enquiries: Sharon 0414 537 305 sharon at
Regina 0411 239 116 regina at


Sharon McGann from A Passion for Results
For 20 years Sharon has run a learning and development consultancy business. She is fascinated with how we develop the skills to manage our thinking, emotions and relationships. Sharon has recently moved back to her hometown of Adelaide to build a sustainable house and provide mental-emotional ‘brain’ training and encouragement services for businesses and retirees who would like to flourish by playing a more active role in the community.

Regina Orchard From MUSIC BY PLANTS
Regina is an Arts therapist, wellness
facilitator, and author of a book about
thriving using the largely unknown
energetic principles of life.
In Regina’s words, “A conscious life is a
magical, wild ride, and even more so when
we realise how all the universe, including
plants, are conscious and willing to be our
friends and mutual supporters.”