This week reflect on where you may feel anxious or overwhelmed and determine how you can create balance in those areas of your life. It could mean small changes in how you spend your time, so that you’re able to get more accomplished. It could mean saving more time this week for sleep. Setting aside time to read, cooking a healthy meal, or just taking a walk can be ways to achieve more balance in your life.
What does balance look like to you?
Register: Mindful Walk with WalkWith (Virtual)
Thursday, May 20, 6-6:45 p.m.
Join mindfulness experts Colleen Avis and Gretchen Robbins for a live, virtual mindful walk exclusively for 8-Week Walking Challenge participants. The founders of WalkWith, will guide us on a peaceful walk. You can participate anywhere you are. They will share inspiring words, guide us through stretches, and lead us in breath work and a guided meditation while we walk. Connect with other participants and the hosts before and after the walk.
More About The Hosts
(pronouns: she/her/hers) is an Ayurveda and yoga wellness coach and co-founder of WalkWith, who works with clients to find balance in their lives through nourishment, movement, mindfulness, and time in nature. She often meets her clients in nature for meditative walks and yoga. Chopra Center-certified in Ayurveda and meditation, and a Yoga Medicine certificate yoga teacher, Avis combines these skills to create offerings that meet her clients’ unique needs, meeting them where they are.
(pronouns: she/her/hers) is a health and wellness coach and co-founder of WalkWith, who offers her clients walking and coaching sessions, culinary coaching, and healthy cooking classes. Robbins has a master’s degree in Health and Wellness Coaching from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. She uses accountability, goal setting, and coaching techniques to help her clients achieve the balance that works best for their unique situations.
What do I need to do to join this walk?
To get the most out this walk use a cell phone, a pair of headphones, and download the Zoom app. To participate, turn off your cell phone’s WiFi, open the Zoom link on your phone, and connect a pair of headphones so you can follow along while walking outside.
Where will I need to walk?
The walk will take place outside, wherever you are, to experience mindfulness in nature.
What happens if I can’t connect to the live walk?
If you need technical help before or during the walk,contact the WalkArlington team to help you troubleshoot at email@example.com. We recommend making sure everything is working on your phone before the start of the webinar.
Will the walk be canceled if it rains?
The walk will take place rain or shine.