Mindful Outdoor Experience at Penguin Court

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Monday March 20

5:30 PM  –  7:30 PM

     Spring is moving closer!  However, the effects of “hibernation” may still be impacting your mind, body, and soul.  Your desire to come out of your house and connect with the world around you might be low and cuddling up on your couch may seem a better option than sauntering through the woods.   

     We challenge you to push yourself out of your hibernation and join Faith Sartori, a Nature & Forest Therapy Guide, for an exploration of the natural world as spring arrives at Penguin Court in Laughlintown, PA. 

     The research around the benefits of spending time in nature continues to grow as more people are realizing the multi-faceted impacts of time spent outdoors.  Faith will create a space for you to be invited to connect with nature on a relational level.  Invitational language and a compassionate space are provided to make this a non-threatening environment, even for the newest of explorers.

     The experience is not about reaching a destination, identifying things, or getting in a certain number of miles.  This event is beginner-friendly, and we will be moving at a slower than typical pace.  So what are you waiting for?!  Lace up your best hiking shoes and join us for a 2-hour experience that will allow space for you to open up to the wonders of the natural world and build relationships with other beings that you find on our adventure.  You may even notice a few other impacts but will have to see for yourself! 

     Please bring a sit pad, journal, writing utensil, and water, and be sure to dress for the weather.  If the weather is very severe, we’ll practice in the conservatory.