NATURA avant-première in Brussels


1 film, 5 speakers, +/- 400 guests


19 September 2019


Belgium, Brussels, SEE U

The Lunt Foundation and The Lemon Spoon welcomed around 400 people to the screening of the documentary "NATURA" on September 19, 2019.

Together, we explored the potential and the power of nature on our physical and mental health as well as happiness and well-being.

The movie was followed by an enriching and dynamic round table discussion with Pascale d'Erm - the director of the film - Guibert del Marmol - co-founder of the Lunt Foundation as well as 3 exceptional speakers: 

Thierry Janssen, a psychotherapist and the author of several books devoted to a global approach to the human being, the development of "integrative medicine" and a spiritual vision of society.

Eric Lambin, professor at UCL and Stanford in geographical sciences and interdisciplinary studies. Eric was awarded for its pioneering studies that bridge disciplines in human sciences, geography and biophysics to develop a global understanding of land management and social wellbeing.

Nolwenn Lécuyer, an agricultural engineer specialized in soil science and Shinrin Yoku's guide (Japanese sylvotherapy).

For curious people who missed the event, the teaser of the documentary is still available!

Discover the teaser here

Pictures taken by Jon Verhoeft. 

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