Georgia Wingfield-Hayes

Rewilding guide, facilitator of transformational change and wilderness inspired leadership.

Georgia Wingfield-Hayes has worked the past 10 years as a therapist, supporting clients with physical and emotional health issues with the use of nutrition and energy psychology techniques. She is currently studying a Masters in Leadership and Sustainability at the University of Cumbria.

Her specific areas of interest and expertise are: leadership, personal development and reconnecting the human sense of self with the planet. She is skilled at facilitating reflexive learning and supporting people through a process of deep, transformational change.

“As a child all I wanted to be was a wildlife guide. I achieved that dream, working in the jungles and Pacific Ocean of Costa Rica for 4 years. 10 years ago I came back to the UK and have been on a different kind of journey – one into the inner world of the self. Now my work involves teaching self-awareness and reflexivity – tools to cut through the story of ego and cultivate an awakening of the human soul. Soul is our wild self. Knowing soul is knowing the earth. When we know our own soul we may live with the earth once more, rather than just upon her”.

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