NOURISH: A sensory experience of mindfulness, movement, food and wine

Join us at Tilbrook Estate, where the healing earth and stunning eco building, provides the backdrop for a sensory experience that honours our place in nature and our capacity for discovery and recovery. 

This event is a collaboration between two health professionals, physiotherapist, Georgie Davidson and Tilbrook Estate’s Annabelle Tilbrook who is also a practicing Occupational Therapist. Both are passionate about the junction between ancient wisdom, Western medicine and contemporary wellbeing research.

Georgie, one of Adelaide’s most experienced mindfulness teachers, will guide you through mindfulness and movement practices and invite a discussion on benefits and strategies for integrating mindfulness into daily life. Mindfulness, as the human trait of being present in a kind and curious way, is an invitation to begin again in every moment. The session therefore offers something to those new or experienced. Ongoing practice develops skills to cope with the world around and inside your own mind and body. It reinforces your natural capacity to care for yourself and others. Never before in our lifetime has this been so relevant.  

Your sensory exploration will continue as the sun sets with local produce inspired canopies and wine. 

Choose from two sessions:

Friday 1st April 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Saturday 2nd April 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Arrival 4.45pm for prompt 5.00 pm start

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To find out more about Georgie Davidson visit www.georgiedavidson.com

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We would like to know if you have any physical or mental health concerns. Please contact us so we can adapt to your needs, at georgie@georgiedavidson.com

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While Mindfulness is evidence based around supporting mental wellbeing, it does not replace professional mental health care.

Photographic Exhibition Fire and Hope: The Journey Back

Jacqui Mullins, Annabelle Tilbrook

START DATE: Sun 1st August

A visual story of devastation and recovery at Tilbrook Estate Vineyard following the Cudlee Creek Bush Fire in the Adelaide Hills (December 20th, 2019).

This exhibition features a photographic chronology of the transformation from hopelessness to hope, and the recovery made possible by an outpouring of community support and the determination to rebuild. Images of the immediate aftermath of what has come to be known as Australia’s ‘Black Summer’ have been captured by photographer Jacqui Mullins (Chameleon Art Rental) and illustrate the raw impact on a family and vineyard.

Accompanying is a series of photographic images taken by Annabelle Tilbrook from across the year that followed, paired with journal style text that reveal the emotional impact to share the story from fire through to recovery; something made possible by kindness, friendship and community.

WHERE: 1856 Lobethal Rd, Lobethal 0439 007 381

EXHIBITION DATES: 1 Aug – 20 Dec 2021

WHEN: Sat-Sun 11:30am – 5pm