Our Give Back

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The Organic Motion is has taken on the roles of the management committee of the Earth Care Collective, a not for profit organisation dedicated to collaborative education, training, projects and events to offer skills for sustainability. Beyond those roles, they have become a major sponsor to support this Charity to grow. This is the community of Earth Carers that are just as motivitated and inspired as the OM team to choose a earthbased practical activism to create change.

How can you be involved?

By joining as a member to be part of the Collective of people who gather, nurture and grow a regenerative culture through sharing skills for sustainability. This means monthly "Food for Thought" social feasts to network with likeminded eco-conscious locals, "Movies that Matter" film screenings to be inspired by solution based educational documentaries and "Seasonal gatherings" to get back to nature each equinox and solstice. "Nature Kids Club" is another initiative they offer + a whole lot more...like tree planting projects! 

The Earth Care Collective (ECC) has Deductable Gift Recipient (DGR) status, to recieve tax deductable donations. One of our goals is to fund the 'Permaculture Tour' so we can delver Nature Kids programs along the east coast of Australia during the school holidays & support remote communities to grow! 

ECC is seeking more sponsors. Are you an eco, earth and health improving business interested in engaging with your target market to share what you love to do? This is a benificial relationship, so lets chat!

Do you have skills, resources, contacts or funds that you would love to share with us? Lettuce know! 

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Organic Motion is a Patreon of Robin Clayfield’s project for creating ‘Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation’ Books and Resources.

Who is Robin Clayfield?

Well, she’s the founder of Dynamic Groups and has been training teachers, facilitators and group leaders for more than 25 years in using a heart-centred, inspiring and Permaculture-grounded methodology for group work and group learning. She’s now collating all of her materials into an empowering compendium of books, mini-books, games, and resources.

What is her project about?

Robin’s personal aim, through her work, is to stimulate the foundations of education, training and group work globally, to send a big spark of vitality, hope and empowerment out through all our groups and learning environments, and all facilitators who work for a better world. When groups are on purpose and in harmony, when members are engaged and feeling included, there are less conflicts and disruptions and groups are more likely to be richly successful.

So, our backing her in Patreon will fund the publication of a five book series entitled Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation. The themes of these books are:

  • 1.‘Dynamic Groups, Dynamic Learning’ methodology
  • 2.A huge toolbox of processes for dynamic teaching and facilitation
  • 3.Dynamic decision making, meetings and discussions
  • 4.Permaculture, Deep Ecology, nature connection and environmental education processes
  • 5.Ceremony, ritual, self-care and inner-work processes.

Book 1 will be divided into six mini-books, each of which will be available in both printed and electronic form:

  • 1. Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation – The foundations
  • 2. Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation – Group and personal empowerment
  • 3. Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation – Unleashing creativity
  • 4. Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation – A magical toolbox of processes and resources
  • 5. Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation – The art and skill of facilitation
  • 6. Dynamic Teaching and Facilitation – The learning environment.

Anyone who attends our courses and workshops will know that we have drawn upon our experience of training with Robin and is richly engaging for it. We see it as the future of education and group work!

If this resonates with you, why not invest in her project and reap the rewards she is offering when her books are published? Here’s the link for more info: https://www.patreon.com/RobinClayfield/posts