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Mindful By Nature with Kate Crouch


 

This 2 day workshop invites participants to develop and explore a mindfulness practice based in nature.  We will have daily yoga and  meditation in the yurt followed by nature based mindfulness arts and hikes on local trails.

This workshop will aim to provide teachers with accessible arts based mindfulness techniques to bring into personal and professional life.  As well as practicing there will be daily discussions about the importance of a personal exploration into mindfulness and the benefits for the classroom.  

Other topics for discussion will be around personal energetics; how thoughts affect emotions and introduction to Sacred Geometry, how to see similarities between the natural world and ourselves.

Celebrate Earth Day with a relaxing and rejuvenating weekend!

Bring your own yoga mat, journal and hiking shoes.  Also any art supplies you would like! There is water available but no food will be provided. A sack lunch and snacks are encouraged.

Saturday 4/22  9am-5pm

Sunday 4/23 9am-4pm

Registration fee $119  Click here to sign up!  https://goo.gl/forms/8ERPzaq9uDK62L263

14 OPI renewal credits

  About the host    Kate Crouch has a B.A in Integrative Studies from Warren Wilson College, is a certified Yoga instructor, RYT-200hr, and has completed the Forest for Every Classroom teaching program. She began practicing and studying yoga, in her home city of  Philadelphia, in 2000. Since then she has explored many of the diverse yoga lineages. Kate has training in Kundalini yoga from 7 Centers Yoga Arts in Sedona, AZ and Hatha yoga from Anahata Power Yoga here in Missoula.   She is a teaching artist for SPARKARTS in Mindfulness Arts and is pursuing her Master's degree in Art Integration at the U of M.  Her passion for teaching is rooted in her belief that the practices of Mindfulness  prepares one for the challenges of life. Her classes aim to be accessible, rejuvenating and full of joy.

About the host

Kate Crouch has a B.A in Integrative Studies from Warren Wilson College, is a certified Yoga instructor, RYT-200hr, and has completed the Forest for Every Classroom teaching program. She began practicing and studying yoga, in her home city of  Philadelphia, in 2000. Since then she has explored many of the diverse yoga lineages. Kate has training in Kundalini yoga from 7 Centers Yoga Arts in Sedona, AZ and Hatha yoga from Anahata Power Yoga here in Missoula.   She is a teaching artist for SPARKARTS in Mindfulness Arts and is pursuing her Master's degree in Art Integration at the U of M.  Her passion for teaching is rooted in her belief that the practices of Mindfulness  prepares one for the challenges of life. Her classes aim to be accessible, rejuvenating and full of joy.

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