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The Monthly Mindfulness Trail

  • Market Yard Car Park Edenbridge, Kent England, TN8 5AR United Kingdom (map)
The Mindfulness Trail
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Mindfulness Walking in Nature

Turn off your technology, put the demands of your life on hold, step out from the 4 walls that surround you and come walk with me a while….

The Mindfulness Trail is a monthly mindfulness walk that I shall be leading from Edenbridge town centre into the beautiful wild and vast space of the Eden Valley

Each month will embrace a different topic, allowing us to reflect on the different areas of our lives to see where there is room for more growth and openess. All supported with mindfulness exercises and a wonderful walk that will be uplifting, moving, inspiring and fun!

In January we take time out to consider a new year and a new beginning. We will reflect on 2018, taking time to connect with our highs and let go of our lows and we will look ahead at 2019 and to what our intentions and aspirations for this new year are.

Mindfulness Walking in Nature

Practicing mindfulness in Nature allows you to connect more deeply with your true self. We are part of the natural world and yet we have separated ourselves from it in so many ways.

Consciously walking through Nature has a multitude of benefits. Scientists have proven that being surrounded by Nature improves physical and mental health so practicing mindfulness in Nature creates a wonderful slowing down, an awareness of the present moment and allows time for quality reflection and purposeful questioning as we move through different terrains and quite literally enjoy life's journey.

Meet at Market Yard Car Park, Edenbridge, by the toilets. Come dressed appropriately for the weather (only torrential rain will stop the walk from going ahead) and please ensure you have sensible, supportive footwear. The walk will be a gentle walk with stops along the way for mindfulness and breathing exercises plus a hot drink half way round.

Photo Credit: Little Olives Photography