give children the space and guidance to reconnect with nature, practice mindfulness, and find creativity

mindful creative retreat for families

For child and parent/guardian · Instructor Tiffany Ha · Ratio 4 pairs : 1 · Duration 6 hours · Tuition HK$2,750/pair

Term break is for children to get a pause from their high-stress academic routine; a time to find balance and recenter on what is important. Use this time to explore mindful creativity. Students find inspiration and tools of mindfulness through experiential learning while immersed in nature on Lamma Island.

Retreat Dates


Oct 10 Thu/Oct 11 Fri/ Oct 19 Sat

Oct 24 Thu/ Oct 25 Fri/ Oct 26 Sat

Day 1 A mindful day on Lamma

Through various sensory awareness creative activities, students learn about and strengthen their connection with our natural surroundings.

(meet at Central Ferry Pier #4)

  • An hour-long hike exploring caves and beaches

  • Curate natural sound library

  • Learn about the common flora and fauna of Hong Kong

  • Capture mini-documentary of the hidden life of small animals on the island

  • Record and document sensory discoveries with creative expression


Day 2 Nature-inspired creative exploration

With fresh inspirations and enhanced knowledge about nature, students learn skills to translate their raw ideas and materials into meaningful art

  • Create sculptures and paintings using natural found objects

  • Learn video editing techniques to complete mini nature documentary

  • Close observation line-drawing of plants to practice patience and focus

  • Mindful creative reflection of camp


Day 3 Final Exhibition (Friday)

Family and friends are welcome to experience students’ mindful creative works

  • Present mini nature documentary, found objects sculptures and paintings

  • Share mindful creativity process with family and friends

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with Tiffany Ha


Tiffany is a passionate environmental educator certified in Marine Eco-tourism by HKETTC. After receiving her degree from UCLA, Tiffany spent over 2 years in rural Rwanda training students on climate-sensitive perma-gardening techniques. In Los Angeles, her work focused on bringing quality creative art programs to public schools. Tiffany has found mindfulness to be an essential daily practice and strives to make it more approachable to students of all ages.