We are thrilled to be teaching for the first time at the wonderful Studio Beju in Duvall, in the rural Snoqualmie Valley (where 2 of us live)
Mindful in the Wild Women's Walk
Friday June 28th, 10 - noon
As women we often feel pulled in many directions, pressured by time and commitments, taking care of those we love and managing obligations. This Mindful in the Wild walk is designed for women to heal, recharge, and reconnect, while immersed in nature. You can expect to arrive to an inviting and peaceful space within Studio Beju, and after a brief introduction and initial mindfulness exercise, you will join this intimate group of women on a mindful walk in nearby McCormick Park, while learning the practices of Shinrin-yoku (Japanese Forest Bathing). As we wander, Deborah and Jessica will guide you in an experience that opens you to the healing powers of nature, creating calm within and a centered place of being.
Taught by Jessica Volpentesta and Deborah Wilk
To register, send us an email at email@example.com with your name, email address, and what class you are registering for. Cash or check will be accepted at the start of the class.
We are teaching every season at the Bellevue Botanical Garden this year. Every class is different!
We will be teaching at the BBG again at the end of summer Friday Sept 5th. We will let you know as soon as that registration opens.
We will be back to the wonderful wetlands at the northwest end of lake Washington as part of Seattle Parks and Red Lifelong Learning Program on the Autumnal Equinox Sept 21st 10:30-noon. We will let you know as soon as registration opens.
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Deborah and Jessica V 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 this summer. Our first one will be taught through the eclectic and wonderful Studio Beju in Duvall. See class desciption above!
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.