Cultivating Mindfulness: Growing a Lifelong Practice
September 28 | 9 - 4
More than ever, we need coping tools for daily living. Mindfulness - the ability to focus in the present moment - can help navigate these challenges with more ease, flexibility, creativity and compassion. We will explore and practice focused breathwork, gentle movement and yoga, sitting and walking meditations, and guided relaxation sequences. An outdoor woodland hike will lead to an integrative labyrinth walk, and simple writing and creative exercises will round out the day. Come with a sense of curiosity and leave feeling renewed and restored. All levels of experience are welcome. Please bring a journal/notebook, yoga mat, pillow and blanket, and wear comfortable clothes for ease of movement, and sturdy footwear for an outdoor walk. A pre-class letter will be sent.
Beth Coleman has spent her adult life exploring the links between well-being on all levels--physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. She has owned and operated “The Garden Lady” a gardening design/maintenance business for 22 years, is a 200-hr. RYT registered Yoga Alliance teacher, trained labyrinth facilitator, Reiki practitioner, and musician. She recently completed a three-year program, “Spiritual Deepening for Global Transformation” at The Christine Center in Willard, WI.
Tuition: $103 (lunch included)
Materials Fee: $5.00 payable to The Clearing at registration for handouts and art materials
Location: Jens Jensen Visitor Center
To take this class
Total Cost: $108.00
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