About the event
Keen to boost your well-being this autumn? The cold weather and darker days can leave us feeling demotivated and reticent to spending time outdoors. Mindful walking and nature connection have the power to revive us – with vast amounts of evidence of the benefits of getting outdoors for physical and mental health. Join Becky Green, Senior Ranger for Trumpington Meadows and Claire Thompson, author of Mindfulness and the Natural World, for guided mindful walks around Trumpington Meadows Nature Reserve. The walks will include guided mindfulness practices and periods of silent walking together – offering opportunities to engage our senses and connect with ourselves and the autumn wonders on the reserve.
Tea and biscuits will be available to warm up at the end! No previous experience of mindfulness required.
Additional booking informationPlease book online via the link below, or contact Claire on firstname.lastname@example.org
Know before you go
Please contact the organisers
What to bring
Wear warm clothes, with a waterproof layer just in case.
Parking informationParking available at Byron's Pool
Bicycle parkingAvailable on site
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