Since humans first learned to make and handle tools, they have employed their talents to develop surgical techniques, each time more sophisticated than the last; however, until the industrial revolution, surgeons were incapable of overcoming the three principal obstacles which had plagued the medical profession from its infancy — bleeding, pain and infection. Advances in these fields have transformed surgery from a risky “art” into a scientific discipline capable of treating many diseases and conditions. All seats booked
Wildfeet Workshop fosters connections with nature, the environment, sustainability and the body-mind. In a busy and often troubled world Ailsa provides spaces to re-connect with yourself, each other, and the surrounding environment. She has found this work necessary for creative action and everyday wellbeing. The workshop will consist of: · Welcome and chat over tea · A physical warm up and awakening to the body/mind · Picnic lunch · A local walk incorporating simple exercises to open up sensory experience and a relationship between the body and the surrounding environment Ailsa’s work has involved supporting older people and carers. Please feel welcome on this workshop if you are in a caring role and in need of some time for yourself.