This is a time of year when the days get shorter and our Mindful in the Wild instructors take time for introspection and stillness. And watching leaves fall under crisp Autumn skies. And listening to the trumpets of the visiting Swans. And reading books by a fire. And cuddling with kitties. And teaching less classes....
We will let you know as soon as registration is available for these upcoming classes.
We will be teaching once every season at the Bellevue Botanical Garden again next year. Every class is different, feel free to experience them all! New for 2020, we will teach 2 classes on Saturday, both lasting 2 hours to allow time for a Walk on the Wild Side - Forest Bathing in the Ravine Experience. Mark your calendars now for our Winter class Saturday March 7th 10:30 - 12:30.
Mindful in the Wild will be part of a field trip next spring which includes a tour of a Meditation Center and then a guided walk through the Redmond Watershed Preserve on Wednesday April 29th
And remember, if you have a group of friends that would like to have a Mindful in the Wild experience, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org , and we can arrange to teach at wild area near you!
Most of our classes are filling up weeks in advance. To find out about them before anyone else, sign up for our newsletter HERE.
Deborah and Jessica Lee both live out in the Snoqualmie Valley, which is filled with so much beauty and wonder, we want to lead some restorative, rejuvenating walks for women. Stay tuned for more info on dates and locations coming soon!
For those looking for a longer, more immersive experience, this may be for you! A Shinrin-yoku (Japanese Forest Bathing) walk typically requires at least 3 hours, preferably in a quiet, wild natural setting away from urban distractions. More info soon!
If you have any ideas or suggestions of where we could teach a future class or if you have a favorite wandering spot you'd like to share, please let us know.
We'd also love to tell you more about individual Mindful in the Wild sessions.