Date(s) - March 12, 2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Lets enjoy a nice leisurely morning walk out to the ANP Woodlands Trail with plenty of time set aside for quiet contemplation and reflection. Distance is probably about 2.5 miles round trip all of it completely flat. The Woodlands Trail is located in an area of Algonkian Regional Park that contains some excellent examples old growth trees including a Shumard Oak that is listed in the Virginia Tech big tree database as one of the largest specimens of that particular species in the state of VA. The Woodlands Trail borders both Sugarland Run and the Potomac River providing excellent views of each.
For this walk, participants are invited to experience nature in a way that invites healing interactions. This view of healing interactions implies some baseline requirements for participants: There is a specific intention to connect with nature in a healing way and It is not something to rush through. Think of this time as a walking meditation. While silence is not a requirement for this walk, participants will be encouraged to remain “present” and in the moment.
We’ll be meeting in the gravel parking lot located next to park boat launch on your right. Look for my green Jeep Compass.