Returning to the Way of Nature
A workshop facilitated by Dion Workman and Takuya Sasa.

Date   : 12.17 Sat. 10:00~17:00 // 12.18 Sun 10:00~17:00 (両日同じ内容です。どちらかにご希望ください。)

Place : 東京都練馬区・ねりまたく庵 (詳細は参加確定者へメールします。)

Lunch :一人一品持ち寄りでみんなでランチしましょう。(ベジタリアンメニュー大歓迎!)

参加費: ドネーション・寄付

内容 : 







Returning to the Way of Nature

A workshop facilitated by Dion Workman and Takuya Sasa.

Nerima-ku, Tokyo

17th Dec. Sat. 10:00~17:00  / 18th Dec. 10:00~17:00

Donations appreciated. 

Please bring food for a shared lunch.

RSVP required: tabi0419[at] 

Returning to the Way of Nature

A presentation and discussion about the state of modern society, the destruction of the environment and how we could live in a very different way. A way that is good for ourselves, our children, our human communities and the community of all life on Earth.

Many of us feel a sense of unease about the world today. We feel anxiety for the future, a future where we don’t see opportunities to live healthy fulfilled lives for ourselves and where we see each generation leaving to their children a world in poorer condition. We feel a great sadness for the injustice of our societies and for the way in which our way of life is destroying Earth. And we feel helpless to do anything about it.

In this event lead by Dion Workman and Takuya Sasa, we look at the root causes of these issues and discuss practical solutions.We will discuss how to live sustainably. We will look at how our current economies, systems of education, attitudes towards technology and community are connected to prevent us from living in sustainable peaceful coexistence on Earth.We will discuss practical everyday ways to overcome the barriers to a better way of living.and ask how can we create the world that our hearts long for. What can we do as individuals and as communities.

Our hearts tell us that another world is possible. It is time to start living in that new world.


Dion Workman was born in Aotearoa/New Zealand and now lives in Izu-hanto. He is a natural farmer, wild food forager, permaculturalist, deep ecologist and writer.

Takuya Sasa was born in Tokyo. He has traveled extensively in 60 countries including one year traveling by horse through central America. Much of this time he has spent learning about the indigenous cultures of the countries he travels in. Takuya also spent one year in Aoteroa/New Zealand learning Permaculture.