With all that's happened in our world in 2020, one of the advantages of our global experience is that our natural world has indeed enjoyed some much needed deep healing time. As we come out of the time of lockdown and adapt to our new lives post pandemic, we offer you a great time to venture out again, enjoying nature and practising bespoke guided meditations. This can be possible if we are still needing to practise social distancing into the end of this year.
Studies have shown that spending time in nature can have a significant positive impact on our mental and physical well being. So, if you’re looking to enjoy meditation again in a group and love being outside, then please join us! Come and escape the stresses of life and allow us to look after you, to take a slower pace and immerse yourself in the different forest atmosphere we have to offer. There will be time for guided meditations, walking meditations, hugging trees and more!
We will meet you at different forests and smaller woodlands for these 2hr sessions. One thing we cannot predict is the english weather, so please dress appropriately. To learn more about your tutor Samantha, please visit About Me.
DATES - 10-12pm OR 2-4pm at CM3 1PF - location sent on booking
All set dates are closed for this year as walks are predominately during spring and summer months. We are inviting private groups to book with us at a mutually convenient date and time December to March 2020 (minimum of 4 at £12 rate or £25pp minimum of 2).
DATES 2021 - 10-12pm
Friday 23rd April, Friday 28th May, Friday 18th June, Friday 16th July,
Friday 3rd September
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July 2020 review from Louise
"A great session with Sam at Great Leigh's for the mindful walk and meditation. What a lovely session and such a calming,relaxing place. Sam guided us through a couple of meditations too, which were beautifully done. A great opportunity to take time out and recharge your batteries. Definitely recommend. Sam also gave us a crystal as thank you which was a lovely touch"