As nature awakens this spring, let's allow ourselves to bloom from this pandemic winter too. We'll use observation, listening, and mindfulness techniques to interact with our natural surroundings, note what we experience, and reflect on how we, too, are natural. Short walk included. Materials available if needed. For ages 10 and older with an accompanying adult.Maximum Participants: 15
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I am a lover of plants, a student of native plant gardening, an avid hiker and a retired psychologist. I've spent most of my adult life in Boulder learning this land while working at Counseling & Psychological Services at CU and teaching at CU and Naropa. I look forward to engaging with others in deepening our sense of connection to this awesome place, and in opening our senses to the land and water and plants and critters whose lives we are entangled with.
I am a refugee from Los Angeles where I grew up before moving to Boulder for college. I have always been most content, most engaged when in nature. At age 4 on morning drives with my father I complained, “Too many houses, not enough trees.” A true eclectic, I changed majors yearly and have worked in a diversity of fields including biological illustration, neuropsychology, dyslexia. I am eager to further immerse myself in the natural history of the place that I love, and where I have taken root.