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Tuesday, May 25 @ 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
TYPE: Program | PACE: Conversational | TERRAIN: Dirt trail/Off trail | DISTANCE: Approx. 3 miles| COST: $25 for Members; $35 for Non-membersThis month's Full Flower Moon brings out joyful celebration of life entering into full bloom. Flowers begin their journey into complete "beingness" as their buds appear and start to open. Alongside Nature, we celebrate the beauty of the Season as life begins to play and sway in the gentle Spring showers and breezes. Life is becoming lush, verdant, and abuzz with possibility.During this guided full moon walk, we start before dusk and watch as the moon begins to appear above the horizon. Mt Falcon Park offers wonderful views of the rising moon! We end after sunset, so bring your headlamps, your open heart, and your spirit of adventure.
Take time to immerse yourself with the healing sights, sounds and smells of nature.
Walk and be with the land through guided meditations to activate your intuition and help you gain insight
Reconnect with nature and let its wisdom shed light on your inner wisdom through reflections and journaling
Participate in a guided a Full Moon Circle & Ceremony
Connect and share with others on the welcoming lap of Mother Earth
DUE TO COVID- LIMITED TO 8 PARTICIPANTS!
Walking Movement Leader: Maria Rosa Galter, a Walk2Connect Member-Owner, invites you to experience the benefits of Nature-Connection during this full moon hike. Maria, certified Nature-Connection Life Coaching and graduate of Earth Based Institute, believes that through intentional Nature-Connection, we connect with and heal ourselves, each other, and our Earth.
About Jennifer Reeve from Remember Your Wings: Jennifer (RememberYourWings.com) is an intuitive healing guide who helps people connect with their Divine essence through movement, inward journeys, nature and supportive community. She offers unique intuitive energy healings designed to open people to living to their fullest potential. Her work is guided by the belief that the voice, power and magic of the feminine are needed on earth now more than ever before!
Schedule and Planning: Meet at Mount Falcon West Trailhead in Indian Hills. 21074 Mt Falcon Rd, Indian Hills, CO 80454. We will meet at the West Trailhead at 6:15 PM for check in, sign waivers if necessary, and use the restroom.
Trip Notes:Wear and Bring:
Clothing you can move freely in and good walking shoes
Appropriate gear for the weather: rainjacket, sun screen, hat, windbreaker, etc.
Snacks and Lunch
Small towel/blanket to sit and lay on
- Headlamp or flashlight
- Walking poles or stick
– Dogs are not allowed on this one.
– Accessibility: This is a dirt trail/off-trail hike on rolling and at times steeper terrain with 400 ft of elevation gain over 3 miles. It is not wheelchair accessible.
– Restrooms are available at the trailhead before we go. Please plan to use restroom before our hike.
– Cancellation Policy: We only cancel in extreme weather conditions on our path, such as ice, hail, or lightning. Text Maria for the most up-to-date conditions.
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We are so grateful you are interested in becoming a Movement Circle Leader! As noted on our main program page, Movement Circle Leaders will be inspired and nurtured by the leaders (YOU). This means future leaders (YOU) will discern whether their circle is organized by local area/region, themes/topics, or various/shared interests. Leaders will be encouraged to join monthly gatherings (happening after each new training) and to commit to nurturing their group for at least 3 months. We will cover each of these things in our training and much more related to suggestions/tips on creating walking routes, maximizing group connection, group safety, etc.
In our Movement Circle Leader trainings, you will:
- Connect to a variety of ideas, examples, and tangible next steps for forming your movement circle.
- Learn meaningful skills related to maximizing/inspiring healthy connection with others, with place and with self.
- Learn strategies to create safe and inspiring walking/movement routes
- Learn strategies in hosting safe, accessible, and inclusive walking/rolling experiences.
- Learn strategies to honor inclusion, equity, and healthy group connection.
- Connect to a thriving & growing peer-to-peer leader network for ideas, support, and friendship.
- and more!
Training Schedule: Trainings and check-in will be 2 and 1/2 hours in total. The first 1 and 1/2 hours will be the Movement Circle Leader training. The last hour will be for already trained Walking Movement Leaders* and Movement Circle Leaders to share ideas, check-in, ask questions, and make meaningful connections.
Fees go directly to welcome kits and day-to-day operations of our grassroots co-op!
$45 - NEW Leaders (includes Visibility Welcome Kit below)
$35 - NEW Leaders who also become Walk2Connect Co-op Members (includes Visibility Welcome Kit below). See $95 option in the ticketing options for Annual Membership. If you are interested in the $5/month membership option, please go to membership page and set up your monthly recurring membership of $5 and then return to get your appropriate ticket. Learn more about membership here.
$35 - Already Trained Walking Movement Leaders who want Visibility Welcome Kit
$25 - Already Training Walking Movement Leaders who are Co-op Members who want Visibility Welcome Kit
No Fee - Already Trained Walking Movement Leaders who don't want Visibility Welcome Kit. If you fit into this category, please email us at: [email protected] and we will add your name to the training list.**
If you are seeking scholarship for training, please fill this form here.
*We highly encourage that all already trained Walking Movement Leaders attend one the Movement Circle Training before participating in the check-in hour.
**We also highly encourage that all who attend trainings and check-ins and all who participate in our Movement Circle program become Walk2Connect Co-op Members. ;)
Sponsorship & Partnership: If you, your organization, or your local business are curious about sponsoring and supporting this program, please reach out to us at [email protected]! Sponsors will get plenty of recognition, celebration, and exposure to our network and grassroots community through the program (in our trainings, websites, social media, email campaigns and more).
$250 - Connection Sponsor
$500 - Movement Sponsor
$1000 - Inspiration Sponsor
$5000 - Title Sponsor
Questions, Zoom Details & Flexibility: Please reach out to our team if you have any questions: [email protected] All trainings at this time will be held on Zoom. You will be sent zoom information soon after signing up and again soon before the training. Please be patient with our tools and systems as we learn and experiment with this new program!
Saturday, June 19 @ 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Cost: $55 for non-members; $45 for Walk2Connect Members
Miles: 3 miles | Terrain: dirt road, trails, ~300 ft of elevation gain
Venture into a pristine, secluded natural environment where you will integrate the directions and the seasons to welcome balance and harmony within you.
Nature's Wheel turns to the summer! Time to experience our "Wild Indigenous One" as we connect with our animal body, play in the abundance of Nature, and make flower crowns as the sun "stands still" above the noon-time sky. This longest day of the year is an opportunity to welcome growth, exploration, experimentation, and creativity in your life through Nature-Connecting and movement practices*.We will also be practicing Qoya during this wander, a body-based movement practice. Qoya is based on the simple idea that through movement, we remember our essence as women is wise, wild and free. The movements in Qoya reflect these themes: Wise—movement connected with breath, Wild—the experience of moving the way your body wants to move, and Free—the freedom to find pleasure in our bodies without focusing on how they look. We reclaim our capacity to access our inner wisdom, express ourselves authentically, and practice being true to ourselves in the midst of life’s blessings and challenges. The very best thing about Qoya is that there is no way to do it wrong, and the way you know you are doing it right is that it feels right to you!
Wear and Bring:
- Take time to immerse yourself with the healing sights, sounds and smells of nature.
- Walk and be with the land through guided meditations to activate your intuition and help you gain insight
- Reconnect with nature and let its wisdom shed light on your inner knowing through reflections and journaling
- Experience yourself as Wise, Wild & Free as you practice Qoya outdoors
- Connect and share with others on the welcoming lap of Mother Earth
- LIMITED TO 8 PARTICIPANTS! Due to COVID 19 we will be practicing safe social distancing and mask wearing! Bring your favorite mask to show off!
Directions: From Denver take I-70 west to exit 248 - Beaver Brook. Exit the highway and turn left onto US-40 (Frontage Road) and head west. Turn left to cross over I-70 on the bridge and turn left on Hyland Drive. Stay on Hyland Drive as it becomes Beaver Brook Canyon Road. Once the pavement ends, continue for 1.7 miles to the Clear Creek County Open Space sign on the right. The parking area is .1 miles past this sign. After the pavement ends the dirt road begins. In good weather this road should be fine for most vehicles but if the weather is wet or the road is snowy and damp, then you may want to exercise caution and take an AWD or 4WD vehicle. Google Maps.Investment: $55 per person (non Walk2Connect Members); $45 per person (Walk2Connect Members)
- Clothing you can move freely in and good walking shoes
- Appropriate gear for the weather: rainjacket, sun screen, hat, windbreaker, etc.
- Water Bottle
- Snacks and Lunch
- Small towel/blanket to sit and lay on
- Walking poles or stick