We all want to kick back and relax, but often don’t feel we have the time. Five Senses is all about helping you get that time and confidence to be at ease with nature, yourself and life ahead.
We teach the skills needed to be self-sufficient, to survive outdoors in the wilds and in the city. You can learn outdoor skills you will use every day to better your life, even if you think you hate that cold, wet outdoors.
Five Senses is all about being fully aware, using all your senses, being fully alive and in control of our life. It is about having the practical skills, to look after yourself, skills past down from thousands of generations. It’s also about an attitude, a way of being, of not only surviving, but thriving.
We are Malcolm Handoll and Rachel DuBois, based in the beautiful Bamff Estate in Perthshire, Scotland, surrounded by woodlands and fields full of ancient civilisation – a land of fresh air, open skies and clear waters, full of deer, red squirrels, beavers, otters, and wild boar.
For 8 years we lived in the Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland, ancient islands and a people of a strong community, self-reliance and heritage. We bring the skills of our Neolithic ancestors to modern day outdoor activities, so you can feel good outdoors.
Malcolm also travels around the country, learning and sharing his skills and knowledge as he goes. His life is an adventure and he is keen to share this with you, young and old. It is not only what he teaches – fire making, natural navigation, survival and bushcraft – it is how he does it, and why.