Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary, Dyer’s Bay
You will be welcomed by Barbara, at the breath-taking Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary. As we walk to our class location, Barbara will tell us about their amazing environmental restoration of the former quarry to create Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary. Chantelle will join us at the lavender-edged yoga area. Here you will connect with nature around you as well as your inner nature through breath and a gentle, grounding 40 minute Yoga practice. In this beautiful outdoor setting, we will focus on giving to and receiving from our beautiful Mother Earth.
You are welcome to bring a litter-less lunch to share friendship and camaraderie.
After lunch, you are invited to take the self-guided forest bathing trails (by donation please to Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary donation box on site) and be inspired by nature.
Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary is a unique and spectacular property, created to inspire, reduce stress and promote wellness through nature connections. Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary has been featured in leading Canadian nature magazines and blogs. For more information about Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary: https://wildbynatureforestsanctuary.ca
Date: Thursday, September 15, 2022
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Location: Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary, 953 Dyers Bay Rd, Miller Lake, ON
For more information about Chantelle Burbridge and Yoga Hive North in Lion’s Head https://yogahivenorth.com
For more information about Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary https://wildbynatureforestsanctuary.ca/
What to Bring:
Sunscreen, insect repellent, hat
Cost: Free will donation. Please consider donating generously for this worthwhile fundraiser. Tax deductible receipt available upon request.
Parking: Municipal parking at Dyers Bay Parking Lot. Parking ticket machine located on Dyers Bay Road near Bartley Road. Free 3 hour parking for residents.
Meet at: Dyers Bay Parking Lot (941 Dyers Bay Road) and walk together to Wild By Nature Forest Sanctuary (next door).
For registration and donation information: email@example.com
100% of proceeds will be directed to the Cape Chin Meadows Restoration at MapleCross Nature Reserve at Cape Chin.
To learn more about MapleCross Nature Reserve at Cape Chin and Bruce Trail Conservancy’s stewardship goals: https://brucetrail.org/pages/conservation-work/our-nature-reserves/cape-chin