This walk is for you if you're looking for some peaceful time away from the hustle of life, or if you have too many things going on in your head and you need space to think and get some clarity.
Quieten your busy mind, take some time for you, and connect with others outside in the fresh air on this leisurely walk and talk hosted by Life Coach Ruth Randall. You can walk, talk, listen, reflect, get some gentle exercise and space to think. What a great way to start your weekend.
Join in as much or as little as you want to. Whether you want to chat, or space to be with your thoughts, you'll get some clarity and be re-energised and refocused just by getting some fresh air and walking in nature at Heartwood Forest.
The session involves three core elements:
A short, mindful walking meditation to enable you to relax into the space, let go of stress and clear your mind.
Walk and talk to connect with others on the walk. Talk to people outside of your usual circle and have different conversations.
After giving ourselves the space to relax, let go, and connect, this is where we can use our clearer thinking to purposefully set our goals and intentions for the day or week ahead.
What a great way to start your weekend! Come along and try it out, your first session is free.
If you'd like a different perspective on something, I can offer a free 20-minute mini life coaching session for just one person after the walk. Let me know via private message as soon as possible if you would like to take advantage of this, as it will go to the first person.
Date and Time: Saturday 15th June 2019 9.30 am to 11 am
Location: Heartwood Forest, Sandridge, St Albans AL4 7DQ
Fee: £5.00 payable at the start of the session (first session free)
Parking: Allow plenty of time to park and be aware of local parking charges or restrictions.Heartwood car park can get busy, so you might want to arrive early to get a space,or allow extra time to park in the village and walk up.
Preparation: Dress for the weather and your comfort, bring anything you think you need.
See you there!
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**You are responsible for your own health and safety on this walk**