We can improve our health by integrating mind, body and spirit through increased mindful awareness, connecting with others, and building community.
Are you curious about how being in nature can build your resiliency and physical/mental health? Would you like to explore how our nervous system responds to being in natural settings?
Karin will guide you to build resiliency skills on the hike and teach you about the benefits of spending time mindfully in the beautiful setting of the Colorado National Monument.
Park Pass or entrance fee is required for this event. More details to be sent with registration confirmation.
Karin Lee Hughes, MD is a resiliency teacher, mind body doctor and therapist in private practice in Grand Junction Colorado. She is board certified in Family Medicine with additional qualifications in hospice and palliative medicine. She worked with people at the end of life for many years and studied/learned a lot of resiliency skills in the process. She also has extensive psychotherapy training in post-traumatic growth somatic therapy and yoga therapy. She is an active trail ambassador volunteer for the Colorado National Monument. Check out www.Karinleehughes.com to learn more
Photo by Connor McLeish