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Mindful Monday Mornings

Date and Time

Monday, July 1, 2024, 7:30AM

Location

Black's Nook Fresh Pond Reservation Cambridge MA 02138,
Massachusetts, Boston Area,
MA

Registration

Registration is not required for this activity. However, you may wish to contact the leader(s) if you have any questions.

Overview

Mindful Monday Mornings Fresh Pond Reservation, Black's Nook Cambridge, MA Beginning Monday, May 13, 2024, I will be offering hour-long, weekly nature-based mindfulness practices at Fresh Pond Reservation to start your day. Throughout May, these practices will be held at Black's Nook, a small pond adjacent to Fresh Pond which is a protected wildlife sanctuary and coveted bird watching location. To learn more about Fresh Pond and to locate Black's Nook click here: https://birdinghotspots.org/hotspot/L1365428 *Specific locations may vary month to month but will be held within Fresh Pond Reservation. If there is a change in location that will be posted a week prior. No registration is necessary but please come dressed for the weather and bring a meditation cushion and/or a yoga mat. Each session will have a brief introduction, 20-30 minute sit or walk and time for reflections. *Parking for Cambridge residents is available in both upper and lower parking lots off Fresh Pond Parkway. Non-residents may park at meters on Huron Avenue or at the parking lot of the Fresh Pond Shopping Center. Please leave time for the walk to Black's Nook which is located across the pond from the reservation's parking lots, near Neville Manor. For additional information and updates about location you may also go to : www.natureconnetions.life

AMC Trip Policy

Cost

Free

Related Link(s):

https://birdinghotspots.org/hotspot/L1365428

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Fresh Pond

Activity

Walks

Offered By

Boston

Status

Cancelled

Difficulty

Relaxed

Audience

Adults (18+)


Leader



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Barbara Hamm, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice and Director of Mindful Practices at the Transformative Action Project. She is also Senior Faculty at the Center for Mindfulness and Compassion and a Certified Mindfulness in Nature Teacher through the acclaimed Awake in the Wild Program. "Awake in the Wild exists to bring people together to develop awareness and love for the earth and all species through nature-based meditation practice