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Charlotte Raffo
Written by Charlotte Raffo
Published on 10th April 2020
4 min read

Landscapes in your living room, yoga for the NHS, Ordnance Survey’s Step Up Challenge, art, music and a conversation about conservation. Plenty of ways to get ‘outdoors’ whilst #StayingHome this Easter.

Header Images: Erin Sullivan

🏥 If you’ve been sitting on your couch more than your saddle of late, join a nationwide stretch-sesh on Monday 13th April in support of the NHS. 🏥

 

🏄 Surfer and after yogee moves that are more specific? Try this free, 30-minute lesson to get yourself limber and ready for those waves. 🏄

 

📸 We can’t get enough of Erin Sullivan’s photos. Check out her latest images as she explains how she creates these outdoor/indoor illusions. 📸

 

🐞 Friends of Adventure Uncovered, Another Escape have released an article online from their latest magazine, ‘Belonging’. They talk to Swedish artist, Saga Mariah Sandberg, on how growing up near forests inspired her art. 🐞

 

🌳 Spend an hour listening to conservationist and writer, Isabella Tree, on Desert Island Discs as she discusses her life, work and the importance of regenerative conservation. Her music taste is pretty good too. 🌳

 

😎 Speaking of music. We found ourselves stumbling upon an old classic this week. Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Everybody’s Free (to Wear Sunscreen). The wisdom of the lyrics are particularly poignant at the moment. “Dance... even if you have nowhere to do it apart from your own living room”. 😎

 

🙌 And finally… burn off those Easter eggs with the Ordnance Survey Step Up Challenge. Brynn, Get Outside Champion wheelchair user, is taking on the Guinness World Record by completing 1679 miles! Cheer him on here. 🙌