Sink into the peace of contemplative practice by spending a quiet day in nature. Our retreat will focus on cultivating mindful awareness amidst the beauty and wonder of our natural surroundings through gentle movement, sitting meditation, and a silent hike.
We'll begin the day with movement and meditation then settle into the steady rhythm of a silent hike through the lush old growth forest along the Ossagon Trail in Prairie Creek State Park. At just under 2-miles we’ll arrive at the beach where we'll rest, talk with each other over a picnic lunch, and enjoy a little more movement and meditation. After lunch we’ll silently hike back to the trailhead and end our day with time to talk and a short meditation. The hike will be about 4 miles round-trip on gentle moderate terrain.
DATES & LOCATION:
Sunday, March 10th, 9:30 to 3:30
Ossagon Trail, Prairie Creek State Park
Please bring a lunch, snacks and water
Wear comfortable hiking shoes and layered clothing
A small pad to sit on is optional
Prior to March 3rd $10, March 4 - 8, $15, no refunds after March 8th.
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Guest Movement TeacherTamra James loves everything in the name of biomechanics, human movement. As a young girl she played every sport in the book, enjoyed outrunning the boys, and climbing trees with her older brothers. She holds a BS in Kinesiology from Humboldt State University where she played collegiate soccer and discovered Pilates. After college she continued her education with BASI Pilates where she received her certification to teach Pilates, and in 2017 she completed her Yoga Teacher Training. Tamra now teaches Pilates, Yoga, fitness classes and offers private consultation and training. Tamra has developed a holistic approach to increasing awareness and in the body and views movement as a means for medicine for the soul, body, and mind.