Walking slowly and sensing the natural world can refresh, inspire and even heal our bodies, hearts and minds. With invitations from the practice of Shinrin-yoku (Forest Bathing), participants are guided into a way of mindfully relating with the world around and inside of us— evoking a deep sense of relaxation, belonging, and, sometimes, awe.
Teacher: Marianne Rowe
Sunday, April 14
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Rancho Cañada Regional Park
FREE! (See note below)
This is a free event in collaboration with the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District. While no fee is collected, participants are asked to register via the MPRPD website. Please print and bring the completed liability form.
Weather is variable, so please wear layers, including a light jacket and a sun hat.
Please bring water, a light snack, and a pad or something to sit on.
Rancho Cañada Regional Park is at 4860 Carmel Valley Road. Make a right just after Carmel Middle School, park in the parking lot, and meet at the Information Kiosk near the Discovery Center.