Yoga Walks

WANDER OFF INTO THE WOODS

BREATH DEEPLY

COME BACK TO YOURSELF

COME BACK TO NATURE.

If you like the idea of taking a peaceful walk in the forest, of breathing deeply and enjoying the peace of nature, these Yoga Walks are for you.

I have been taking meditative walks since years and I do love to share this beautiful experience  with other people.

We will walk meditatively for about four hours. We will take time to open our senses and to go back to the simple, intense, peaceful and essential ritual of being in nature. 

The walks include some yoga ad meditation elements which will help you to fully benefit from this experience. In a conclusive sharing circle I will be happy to offer you some yogi snacks.

WE ARE SHAMANS. LET’S GO BACK TO THAT.

ALL WALKS ARE TEMPORARY SUSPENDED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK.  FILL YOUR DAYS WITH LOVE & COMPASSION, HELP OTHERS, REST AND MEDITATE.

Reach me here to ask more infos: infoyogawithamore@gmail.com


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If you want to read something about benefits of spending time in nature, here are some lines from CNN: “Studies have shown that within 15 minutes of being in nature, your stress level goes down, your heart rate, blood pressure improves,” said Dr. Nooshin Razani, a pediatrician and nature researcher with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. “If you’re in nature longer, you can feel less depressed, less anxious. And if you’re in nature for a few days, you have much increased creativity and cognitive ability. Over the course of a lifetime,” she said, “being in nature can lead to less heart disease, as well as improvements in how long people can live.”
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 “Throughout history, humans and our ancestors spent every second outdoors in the natural environment, according to a National Institutes of Health study. We’re talking 6 million years. It’s only with urbanization over the past couple of centuries that human environments changed drastically. And that means we need to make an effort to get outdoors. Really, what we should be talking about is: How are we doing without nature in our lives every day?” said Razani, the pediatrician.”
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Let’s dive together into the peace of nature.
Please drop me two lines at infoyogawithamore@gmail.com to know the  dates of the next appointments.

“All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking.” Friedrich Nietzsche

“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” Bhagavad Gita

“Take my hand. We will walk. We will only walk. We will enjoy our walk without thinking of arriving anywhere.” Thich Nhat Hanh