Thinking Outside

nature-based coaching and development

Autumn retreat dates now confirmed

Welcome to Thinking Outside

In every walk in nature, one receives far more than he seeks

John Muir

Science backs up what we intuitively know… getting out into nature is good for our wellbeing. You might be surprised just how good. Not only does walking boost creativity, but looking at nature can restore our capacity to pay attention to other things. That’s what makes the natural environment the perfect backdrop when you’ve thinking to do.


Heron in Holywells Park, Ipswich


Time, space and tools to think effectively outside


Working in nature for the outcomes you need

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One-to-one and group coaching drawing on natural surroundings


Monthly networking walks to build lasting connections

Who we are

We have been partners in crime for more years than we care to remember, and every step of the way has been fun.

Based on our experience of coaching individuals over the past decade, and particularly through the strange time we’ve been living through, we found working both with and in nature was enhancing our practice and the results for our clients. Increasingly we are taking our practice outdoors and using nature as a rich resource to support facilitated development and coaching conversations.


Sara Corcoran

Sara Corcoran

Sophie Lovejoy

Sophie Lovejoy

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