Mindful Hiking: Weathering Life’s Storms
August 15–18, 2019
A passing rainstorm doesn’t have to ruin a hike if we remember to bring a raincoat or don’t mind temporarily getting a little wet! The clouds are certain to pass and we may even be left feeling stronger and more rejuvenated than we expected. Our emotional landscape is much like the weather – we may not be able to control it, but we do have power over our reactions to it. In this program we learn to ride the waves of intensity by tapping into the indestructible calm within. Join us for a weekend of meditation, mindful hiking, restorative yoga, and silence as well as group activities leaving you feeling refreshed and empowered for the weather ahead!
Kay Peterson, MA, LMFT, is a psychotherapist in private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as a seasoned wilderness guide who has been facilitating nature-inspired programs that integrate meditation, self-reflection, and creative group process since 1996. Kay also teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and is adjunct faculty at Naropa University. www.kaypeterson.com