Healing hikes are a unique approach to coaching and leadership development. Blending ecological knowledge, traditional spiritual connections to nature, and the technical skills of life coaching, our “Hike It Out Coaching” process is profound. Join one of our healing hikes below or consider becoming a member!
Why not make self care in nature a regular practice?
Join a diverse community of socially conscious, nature-loving change agents who are committed to practicing a safe and sustainable way to grow in their inner well-being. A membership provides the opportunity to cultivate your best self as you make a difference in the world.
Reset & reflections hikes
These quarterly hikes serve as a good pause and resetting of your inner well-being. They are ideal for the busy, high functioning, and hard working professionals looking to create an specific time in nature to reground as a self-care practice.
This hike is an opportunity to pause, slow down the mind and spirit, and create an open space for rest and reflection. They are designed to support
a deeper awareness of your needs for health & wellness and how to honor your values as a practice
a deeper understanding of how nature can support your inner well-being, specifically for reflection,
re-grounding and recharging
a letting go of the lessons that no longer serve you and moving forward with space for transformation
The guidance in crafting an intentional time outdoors for this deep healing allows for a grounded experience of remembering the ancient process of connecting to nature as tool for support.
Most of the hike will be done in silence with some points of breaking into a group sharing of the experience as it unfolds. Locations vary and are mainly within the limits of the San Francisco Bay Area, from the South Bay to Oakland.
The 2019 Calendar of Hikes is as follows (times and locations vary)
Sunday, Feb. 10th
Sunday, April 7th
Saturday, July 20th
Saturday, November 23rd
For more details about these hikes, please visit our Events page
Vicarious trauma healing hikes
This program will be coming back April 2019. Stay tuned!
hiking with grief