Sat, Dec 08|
BFUU Historic Fellowship Hall
NATURE NURTURES: The How and Why (1)
Feeling stressed? Hear from local experts about practices that can help connect you to nature and bring you into better balance.
Time & Location
Dec 08, 2018, 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
BFUU Historic Fellowship Hall, 1924 Cedar St, Berkeley, CA 94709, USA
About the event
Recent scientific studies confirm the medical, health and well-being results of being in nature. Two practitioners will share their earth-based wellness practices. Hana Lee Goldin, is a certified forest therapy guide and founder of The Sacred Wilds. She conducts forest bathing experiences at the UC Botanical Garden, celebrating the restorative power of nature. Pete Guinossa (E-RYT), a well-loved bay area yoga instructor, offers a wide range of yoga adventures, including yoga wilderness retreats. Drawing from his years as a scientist, Pete approaches practice with curiosity and wonder, helping students connect with their hearts.
We’ll round out the evening with Bob Solotar, Hiking Section Chair of the Sierra Club’s SF Bay Chapter. He will offer his experiences and direct us to many local hiking experiences appropriate to all levels.
This event is sponsored by: Transition Berkeley, the Sierra Club, and the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists. Wheelchair accessible via the ramp Bring: An earth-friendly, plastic-free snack to share at 6:30 pm if you like! For more Info: Transition Berkeley’s fb page