Walk requirements and Journeys
- Pre-walk conversation and intention-setting. - Breath.
Each walk/hike starts with a pre-conversation to determine what you Breathing exercises prior to starting walking to calm the mind and body and
want to focus on during our time together (or what is presenting itself). for being present and awakening to the senses.
- No distractions. - Be still.
No phones or cameras are allowed on the tracks. Re-connect fully with your While we walking we will keep the talking to a minimum. We will have
6 senses. You are more than welcome to bring along a notebook and pen to have breaks here and there to stop and notice what is around us and what is
write down thoughts and ideas. Let the mind and emotions work, let the body going on for you at the moment. You are invited to share your thoughts,
and your senses be your guide. or write them down.
- Minimum of 2.5 hours walking. - Walking in all seasons and (most) weather. The benefits of being in nature start setting in after a minimum of 2 hours spent in Unless it is pouring down with rain or hail with wind we will still go nature. The longer the walk, the better: thoughts will slow down and the brain will show out into the outdoors. All weathers have something metaphorically to
reduced activity, or less blood flow, in a part of the brain, called the sublingual cortex offer, so draw upon the seasons for inspiration
- Fitness levels. - Maximum of three participants per walk/hike.
There is a walk/hike for every fitness level. It is not about how fast and fit you are. Keeping the group small and intimate. In this way, you will better
It is about connecting with nature, your senses and yourself. connect with nature and with yourself, also you might be more open and
Specifications and requirements of each walk/hike: