Way of Mindfulness walks – where going out really means going in!
Treat yourself to a morning of mindful walking, meditations in nature, good company and gentle conversation, all in the beautiful surroundings of Gladstone’s Library.
My mindful walks combine mindfulness meditation & mindful walking, space for talking, with the power of connecting with ourselves, nature & each other. Practising meditation outdoors increases our connection to & appreciation of nature, ourselves, each other & the planet and reduces stress, building up resilience & re-connecting us with our inner resources. Guests will feel rejuvenated, invigorated & inspired, rediscovering their innate ability to connect deeply with themselves, others, nature & their direct moment-to-moment experience.
As we explore this beautiful corner of North East Wales, you’ll learn simple meditation techniques, connecting with nature via each of the senses, with group chats around the meditations to facilitate learning from the experiences of the group. Guests will be warmly welcomed & at ease with my calm, reassuring manner, my passion for & experience of practising & teaching mindfulness meditation, embodied movement & walking in the outdoors, along with my local knowledge & enthusiasm for this beautiful area.
Need to know…
We will be out for 1.5hours, walking slowly and sitting as we explore different parts of the garden at Gladstone’s Library. As the workshop is outdoors, we will need sensible shoes and layers appropriate to the conditions forecast at the time.
Before and after the workshop, we will be able to enjoy the facilities that Gladstone’s Library has to offer, which includes a restaurant/cafe, toilets and of course the Library itself.
Kit list & Location details: a kit list and full details of car parking and walk start location will be emailed to you on booking.
Contact me: If you have any questions about this event I’m happy to chat them through with you: my mobile is 07851 218 014.
“A thoroughly enjoyable experience! I gained skills that I will use when I go walking.”
Connect with your Self, nature and others with meditations through the senses