Join Earthwalker Cindy Lanese for a very special series of walks in the woods. We’ll walk with a question of our own we carry inwardly, while we slow down in the resting of nature’s arms to listen for her voice. At the end of each walk you will create an artful offering to the land as reciprocal thanks. #natureisrelational
Cindy is experienced in The Work that Reconnects and is an Ecopsychology facilitator. You are invited to participate in one or all 4 walks on the 4th Sunday of January, February, March, and April. Each Guided Walk will open your mind and senses to different seasonal experiences. Dress appropriately. Limited to 8 participants.
The next Nature Walk will be held in a wooded area in the village of Riverlea, located between Worthington and Columbus, west of N. High St. Follow these simple directions and you will find Cindy and the group:
1) take N. High St to W. South St. in Worthington;
2) turn onto W. South St (toward the Olentangy River) and follow it to the end;
3) turn left onto Olentangy Blvd and follow it to t he end.
Park anywhere and look for Cindy at the group at 2 pm.
Please register o the Simply Living Marketplace: https://give.simplyliving.org/ under Classes.
Tickets are $10. All proceeds will be donated to benefit the work of Simply Living.
Cindy’s lifelong love and pursuit of connection with nature along with her deep respect of indigenous practices and rituals are threads that are woven deeply into the tapestry of her life. Her love of nature is embodied in her experience of living. Certified at the School of Lost Borders Wilderness guide training, she has been on solo and group vision quests in Utah, Colorado, Ohio and has section hiked the Appalachian Trail and the El Camino in Spain. Cindy guides and walks with others to find a deeper soul connection, remembering that we are interconnected with the natural world and carry within us the intelligence of the earth as our teacher.. if we listen.