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Sat. Aug 13th - Nature Nurture Full Moon Healing Circle and Night Hike with Kirsten Korot
Saturday, August 13, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
Beverly Hills, CA
Come enjoy an evening to Release, Reconnect and Rejuvenate enjoying the healing sounds of birds and nature, Tibetan bowls and precious silence in a wonderful healing circle before we journey into the beautiful canyon for a wonderful near Full Moon Night Hike.
Wow it's that time again for another wonderful healing circle and full moon hike. For those that have been asking for it on a weekend well lucky for us the Universe just happened to bring it to us this month with the Full Moon coming this Saturday.
The Nature Nurture Group Events are a way I love to take people out of the stresses of the city and get them into nature create a healing space, connected to their body, mind and spirit to relax, release and let go of stuff that builds up during the work week. Then I love to get them into their playful big kid energy for a wonderful night hike. And the Full Moon energy is a perfect time for letting go of old stuff and bringing in new energy!
$10 pre-paid or $12 at event (includes water and some hiking snacks)
GREAT WAY TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS IN A HEALING, LOVING, FUN AND PLAYFUL ENVIRONMENT - MEN, WOMEN AND COUPLES WELCOME!
THINGS TO BRING OR WEAR:
*BLANKET, TOWEL OR MAT TO SIT ON GROUND
*LAYERED CLOTHING IT CAN COLD AT NIGHT
*COMFORTABLE SHOES - IT IS A MODERATE HIKE SO HIKING SHOES NOT NEEDED BUT GOOD WALKING SHOES.
*(OPTIONAL) CAMERA TO TAKE PHOTOS OF THE GROUP HIKE FOR OUR GROUP ALBUM
I will have water and some hiking snacks available.
*Allow for time to drive into the canyon - 15 MINS FROM EITHER ENTRANCE**
LOOK FOR THIS SIGN
PARK AT THE LARGE UNPAVED PARKING LOT FOR THE SOOKY GOLDMAN NATURE CENTER.
CIRCLE WILL BE HELD ON GRASSY AREA RIGHT OFF PARKING LOT.
***VERY IMPT THERE ARE CAMERAS IN THE PARK AT STOP SIGNS AND TO AVOID A COSTLY TICKET MAKE COMPLETE STOPS AT ALL STOP SIGNS******
PLEASE ARRIVE AT 6PM CIRCLE STARTS AT 6:15. WE DON'T WANT TO INTERRUPT THE FLOW OF THE RELAXING MEDITATION AND HEALING CIRCLE SO PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE AND GET THERE 15 MINS EARLY TO SETTLE IN. IF YOU DO RUN LATE PLEASE BE AWARE OF MOVING INTO THE CIRCLE QUIETLY.
6:15 - 7:15 Group Circle - come release and let go of stress, enjoy the sounds of the Tibetan Bowls w/ Kirsten and take a healing journey. A wonderful way to set the tone for the walk.
7:30 we meet up with the Park Ranger for the Night Hike
DIRECTIONS: From West Los Angeles, head north on Beverly Drive following signs to Coldwater Canyon. Turn left on Coldwater/Beverly Drive, and turn left again on Beverly Drive, at Fire Station No. 2. The third right is Franklin Canyon Drive. Continue through ...the residential area to park entrance. At the intersection of Franklin Canyon Drive and Lake Drive turn left to go to the Sooky Goldman Nature Center. There is a large dirt parking lot below the Nature Center where we will gather on the grassy area before the hike.
From the San Fernando Valley, take the Ventura Freeway (101) or Ventura Boulevard to Coldwater Canyon Boulevard. Head south to the intersection of Coldwater Canyon and Mulholland Drive. Make a 90 degree right turn onto Franklin Canyon Drive. Road signs read "Road Closed 800 Feet" "Sunset to Sunrise"; this is the park entrance. Do NOT make a U-turn as this will bring you onto Mulholland Drive instead of Franklin Canyon. Stay on paved surface to reach the Sooky Goldman Nature Center. Parking is available at the Sooky Goldman Nature Center.
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Kirsten Korot is a Therapeutic Guided Imagery Master, Wellness and Soul Coach. She guides you on a journey of breathwork, Guided Imagery and Sound Healing using Tibetan “singing” bowls widely known for their hypnotic tones and therapeutic ability to promote healing, peace of mind, balance, harmony and creativity.
“Having come through my own healing journey with a life threatening illness I know the healing power of using these tools for relaxation, stress, pain relief and overall health.”