Date

Oct 18 2020
Expired!

Time

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
REGISTER

Rewilding Our Hearts Series: The Relationship Between Mindfulness & Nature

Limited spots available, so sign up today to reserve your space at:
https://www.centermindfulliving.org/all-classes/

Sunday, October 18
2:00pm – 4:00pm

Join CML’s Stephanie Wilkins for a Forest Bath, meditation and discussion in partnership with the beautiful outdoor space of Rising Fawn Gardens. The changing of the season will allow nature to inspire a sense of awe as we connect with the natural rhythms of the world and ourselves more deeply.

Limited to 15 people. Face masks indoors and social distancing will be required.

Bring at home props (a towel, mat and blanket), a journal and an inspiring nature photo.

Part Two of this series will be held on November 15 from 2pm- 4pm
and will include a mindful movement practice led by Anthony Crutcher.
Sign up is available now for this offering as well!

Location

521 Cureton Mill Rd, Rising Fawn, GA 30738

Tags

Rising Fawn Gardens

Event Organizer

Rising Fawn Gardens

Event Facilitators

Center for Mindful Living
Center for Mindful Living
Website
https://www.centermindfulliving.org/all-classes/

The Center for Mindful Living is a 501c3 non-profit that educates the community about the benefits of mindfulness and provides opportunities for people to develop a mindfulness practice. These practices lead to more joy, balance, and compassion. Our mission is to empower people to decrease their stress and increase their well-being – pretty simple and straightforward! We offer online mindfulness classes and workshops, but perhaps more importantly, we are a community of people. We come from all walks of life – moms, dads, business people, students, pastors, teachers, christians, buddhists, jews, atheists, doctors, patients… you get the idea. The thing that unites us is a desire to “do” this thing called life a little better. We aren’t going to ask you to change your religion, or what you do for a living, or even the way you dress, we focus pretty specifically on the way you use your mind. Whether we like it or not, life is hard. Mindfulness helps to make it less so.

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