- Oct 17 2021
- 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Step into the Flow | Altschlossfelsen | Palatinate Forest | 11 km
This is not just a simple hike and not exactly a workshop either.
Characteristic is that there will be dedicated guided spaces every morning for creating connection with the other participants.
And the whole event will be for exchange and sharing.
And yes, we will walk.
Step into the flow events are designed to reconnect with the feeling of flow, light-heartedness and ease in these troubled times.
Many people are living in fear about their future due to the present situation. There might be a thousand different triggers for it.
Others might be really fed up.
Yet others might feel the urge to act.
Experiencing a day full of light-heartedness and ease in a safe, welcoming and nourishing group where we can be just who we are and our words and feelings are witnessed and honoured together with what is alive in us in the very moment can help us reconnect with our own intuition and bring inspiration and with it solutions and a different perspective and attitude.
The two most healing words are probably “me too” when other people tell us that they know what we are going through, that they are or have been at a similar point and confirm that nothing is wrong with us. That we are ok the way we are without belittling comforting, advising “away” our present state because it feels uncomfortable and difficult to bare. When we are met with understanding, curiosity and empathy.
Join us and let’s “Step into the flow”.
Event fee: 30 euros
Includes: Event guidance & facilitation, tea & oat cookies
Length: 11 km
Ascent: 170 m
Descent: 170 m
I offer 4 seats in my car from Heidelberg. 12 euros per person. +491624533588.
What to bring:
* Sporty outfit, adjusted to weather conditions
* Hiking shoes or boots with soles that provide good traction
* Lunch, snacks and drink!!!!
* Umbrella, just in case
* Iso mat to sit on
This event will take place in accordance with the Covid-19 regulations for the day of the event! Please comply with those regulations.