This workshop will weave together the Work That Reconnects, engaged buddhism and modern psychology to move participants through despair, anxiety, grief to empowerment and alignment with the resilient, regenerative powers of life. Our inspiration is compost – how do we transform self and world amidst the churning of global crisis, urgency, emergency, loss and grief?

The weekend will run from 9am on Saturday April 18 to 3pm on Sunday April 19.

This workshop will take place on Darkingjung Country. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.

April 18-19
Narara Ecovillage, Central Coast


Registration is essential, there is maximum of 18 participants. The ticket cost ($50) to this event covers the cost of camping, use of facilities and hall hire. If you need financial support to attend please get in touch, as that is available:

There is the option to also camp on Friday April 17 – If you would like to stay the extra night, please also add ‘Camping Friday Night’ to your checkout when booking.



We will be camping at the Narara Ecovillage on the Central Coast. Participants will need to BYO food and camping gear. We will be in the campground in the Ecovillage which has a communal kitchen, toilet and shower facilities.


Anna is a facilitator of Joanna Macy’s the Work That Reconnects and Deep Ecology. The practices of the Work That Reconnects weave us back in to the web of life, expand our sense of self from ego to eco-identity and move us from despair to empowerment.

Felicity is a registered psychologist and climate activist with a lifetime love affair for all things nature, healing, evolution, consciousness and spirituality. She hopes to use her training to help individuals to manage climate grief and anxiety as well as assist them to feel empowered, hopeful and ready in co-creating our future.

Ay.Arthacarya has been a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order for many years and is a former director of the North London Buddhist Centre.

He has a Post Grad in Mindfulness Based Approaches from Bangor University. He works as a town planner and lives at the Narara ecovillage with his family.

He is social and environmental activist with the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC) and supports other groups like Extinction Rebellion and Stop Adani, from a faith perspective.