“To be whole, to be complete. Wildness reminds us what it means to be human – what we are connected to, rather than what we are separated from”

– Terry Tempest Williams




DIRT time can be understood as Dedicated, Improvement, Reflection Time. Or in other words, without allowing ourselves the time to practice and cultivate the skills that we pick up, reflecting upon what we learn and obstacles we come across, we will never reach mastery.


This Call of the Wild Series offers Re-Wilding skills which includes deep Nature Connection, fun-filled and reflective Nature games and a community of like-minded hearts that gather in beautiful wild spaces across Hong Kong.


Sessions will be held on Wednesdays, affectionately called Wild Wednesdays, beginning 9am – 2pm (depending on our location)

Some of the things we will be doing:

  • Primitive fire making

  • Identifying edible and medicinal plants

  • Nature-based ceremonies

  • Self-designed rituals

  • Community building

  • Rope and cordage making from plant fibres

  • Basket weaving

  • Campfire cooking

  • Plant-based & natural dyes

  • Spoon carving

  • Way of Council

  • Whittling and knife work

  • Nature connection games

  • Shelter building

  • Knots & rope work

  • Wild Song Circles

  • Tea ceremony

  • Wild awareness

  • Sit Spots

Community lunch
Community lunch

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Whittled creations
Whittled creations

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Primitive fire crafting & tending
Primitive fire crafting & tending

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Community lunch
Community lunch

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How will you know if this is for you?

You might:

  • Be looking for ways to free yourself from the chaos and stress of the everyday grind

  • Like to be guided through a felt and experiential sense of what it feels to be connected to the Earth

  • Yearn to feel empowered through learning and practising ancient Earth Skills

  • Find it challenging to sit still on a pillow as a meditation practice and curious what other practices are out there

  • Really love to be alone, and yet, really want to be part of something with others

  • Want to use your hands and craft as a practice of awareness and mindfulness

  • Like to know what it feels like to follow your intuition and feel aligned to your wild self again!

  • Feel a little out of place a be searching for a community that is aligned in values similar to yours

  • Need to remember what is important to you and where you came from

Week 1

Campfire cooking – Learn all new ways to cook food over a campfire and amaze your friends at your next camping trip.  

Week 2

Foraging for fibers – making cordage, rope and a piece of jewellery from plants.

Week 4

Knife skills, Knife safety, Whittling a tool for you to take home and keep!

Week 3

Want to know how to put up a shelter in an emergency? Shelter building, knots for different purposes, tea ceremony & Council sharing

Week 5

Primitive fire making – flint & steel, bow drill – No lighters or matches needed!

 Are you feeling the call? Connect with us to find out more - connect@kembali.org