We help people learn outdoor skills to
Become the person you want to be - for yourself, your family and the planet.
What is rewilding?
Rewilding is about reconnecting to nature to restore what's been damaged.
You may have heard of rewilding land, which removes destructive elements like pesticides or overgrazing, but how do you rewild yourself?
Remove toxic crap.
Get rid of things that keep you from being yourself.
Learn skills that connect you to nature, your ancestral instincts and yourself.
Go beyond Leave No Trace and be an active steward for the planet.
What rewilding Will Do For You
By learning key mental and physical skills, you learn to trust yourself in any situation.
Never be lost again.
Whether you often feel lost literally or metaphorically, rewilding yourself will ensure you always know where you are and where you're going.
Know you're making the world better.
Learn how you can help the world in your unique, specific way that both feels good and makes a difference.
What We Do
01 Rewild Walks
Learn how to use your senses to transform walking into a rewilding experience.
Connect to your instincts and your ancestors with this fast track to joy, awe and wonder.
Whether with map and compass or natural navigation, never be lost again.
04 Rewild Bushcraft
Combine firemaking, navigation, sensory walks and the most essential wilderness skills for the most complete rewilding experience.
We teach outdoor skills like navigation, firemaking and using your senses because they foster self-confidence, resilience and a sense of connection that’s so powerful, you’ll never feel alone or lost again.
When you rewild yourself, you become the person you were meant to be — for yourself, your family and the planet.
What They Say
Even in these hi-tech days fire still has a magical power to thrill. Science is all about seeing, enjoying, discovering, trying things out – and, sometimes, being so enthralled by a moment that it changes the way someone thinks for ever.
- Janet C.
Malcolm you are a talented person with such a special gift to see the world in all its wonder and be amazed. Thanks for sharing it. Rachel, thanks too, for sharing your smile, warmth and sincerity.
- Mark T.
from the blog