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Leaders Gatherings

Life-affirming, supportive gatherings for those living and working on the leading-edge of the emerging culture shift.

Living Alive convene and lead life-affirming, immersive gatherings for those working at the leading edge of the emerging culture shift. Together, we foster community, a sense of belonging, and cultivate our individual resilience alongside a planetary perspective, in order to maximise our collective positive impact.

This is ecological activism, from the inside → out.

Our regenerative leaders gatherings are offered in response to a growing need we’ve been sensing among the

Think: a diverse and supportive gathering of peers, awe-inspiring landscapes, soul-warming meals shared around campfires, wild stargazing, natural movement practice, spacious reflective solo time in nature, meaningful stories and authentic conversation.

Join us to reconnect with the world and your place within it in a new way – and see how combining this bigger picture with tending to our individual wellbeing, resilience, sense of purpose and community, can help us all come alive to each of our unique, vital roles in supporting the emergence of a more regenerative, more beautiful world.

Our next Leaders Gathering will be in the Scottish Highlands in Spring 2020.

These experiences are by application only as space is limited and we carefully curate participants to ensure a diverse, balanced and catalysing group dynamic. To express your interest in joining us, please get in touch.

Edinburgh Fireside Gatherings

In the meantime, those based in or nearby Edinburgh can also join us at our monthly Regenerative Leaders Fireside Gatherings – lightly facilitated evenings around the campfire designed to help foster a regenerative culture among impact leaders in Scotland.

“We need community of the soul… we need spaces where we can rest, compose and compost our inner stuff, and become more deeply present to the aliveness of life.”

– Alastair McIntosh, Soil & Soul

“We need community of the soul… we need spaces where we can rest, compose and compost our inner stuff, and become more deeply present to the aliveness of life.”

– Alastair McIntosh, Soil & Soul