Mindfulness in Nature Feb. 4

Mindfulness in Nature Feb. 4

Posted on January 22, 2018

What?

Spend a quiet hour walking and being mindful outside. As the earth slumbers, learn to be present and wake up your senses of seeing, hearing, smelling, touching and appreciating the gifts of nature.  We meet at the Swan-Opposum Road Woods on Opposum Road, Skillman, near the 1822 stone bridge.  Parking is available on either side of the bridge.

In addition to being on the board of MFOS, Martha Elliott leads introductory mindfulness workshops at PCYH and is co-leader of Princeton Insight Meditation. She has meditated since 1980 and worked with Vipassana teachers since 2001. She is also a musician and teaches at Princeton University.

Wear appropriate footwear.  Walk is over uneven paths.  In case of inclement weather, go to MontgomeryFriends.org for information.

A free 1st Sunday in the Park event sponsored by Montgomery Friends of Open Space (MontgomeryFriends.org).

Where?

Swan Opposum Road Park, Skillman, NJ

From 518, turn onto Opposum Road.  Drive to the stone bridge, look for the signs.  Park on either side of the 1822 stone bridge.

Explore more:

http://njtrails.org/trail/opossum-road-woods/#simpleContained3

When?

Sunday,  Feb. 4th  2  p.m.

RSVP

None needed!  Just come.  Experience the power of nature.

Source: MFOS