This guided Compassion Fatigue Healing Hike provides a safe space in nature for community-based service providers to process and release any attached or residual energies taken on from their practice so they can sustain their daily capacities.
This hike is designed to
safely release the energies that cause us harm as practitioners
understand the tools available to us from nature as a daily self-care practice
experience what nature teaches us about our ability to heal ourselves and recover from Compassion Fatigue so we can better serve our communities
With unique and profound guidance from Transformational Coach Raynelle Rino, participants will be guided through the rituals and exercises aimed at providing opportunities to heal both physical and emotional pain with the permission of Mother Nature’s teachings. A series of guided meditative walks and talking circles will support an intentional process of reconnecting more deeply to nature, which in turn allows for a reconnection to true self.
Participants will have the opportunity to
Reinforce for themselves, the importance of self-care and time in connection with nature
Have a space for personal and private reflection and introspection
Let go of the lessons that no longer serve them and move forward with more space for transformation
Other opportunities that may present themselves during this hike are
Moments of ancestral healing, remembering, acknowledging
Intuitive energy healing, emotional hangovers, downloading or releasing
Shared vicarious joy
This hike will be located in a local park on a beginners level trail. All details for preparation and logistical information will be provided after registration. Light snacks will be provided. Please bring your own reusable water bottle. Closed-toed shoes with good tread are highly recommended but not required.
Please keep in mind that healing hands may be placed on participants as well as oils and fragrances may be applied. Sound healing will also be utilized. Please let instructors know of any sensitivities to be aware of when registering.
*Sorry, no pets. This is an 18 and over event