Saturday 03 September 2016
10:00 to 11:00
This is a rare opportunity to explore how our relationship with the natural world can build a sense of stillness, wonder, and emotional resilience. Andrea Hosfeld, a local mindfulness teacher with Space to Be, will be leading us on a walk along the River Crane which will include periods of mindful movement, breath meditation, silence and reflection. Mindfulness is a practice which involves paying attention to your present moment experience with acceptance and non-judgement. When we walk with mindfulness we open ourselves up to all of our senses. If you’re interested in experiencing the River Crane through a different lens with an open heart and mind, please come along!
Sturdy footwear and clothing suitable for the weather on the day are recommended. Registering is essential as we need to know how many folk will attend. The event is free but registering is essential:
This event is part of a joint project between London Wildlife Trust and the Friends of the River Crane Environment to increase the knowledge and understanding of the River Crane and its wildlife and history. It has been funded by Richmond Civic Pride Awards.
Shot Tower beside Crane Park - 3 minutes walk from Ellerman Avenue,
|Cost||FREE but register using button above|