On Sunday, May 31, discover how nature can guide, calm, inform and restore you every day and anywhere. Flanders hosts teacher, artist, and writer Marlow Shami, M.S., sharing how and why the natural world can help us to achieve these goals in a technology-driven world.
Studies conducted over the past 20 years confirm that contact with the natural world and meditation can lift spirits, reduce anxiety, alleviate pain, increase brain function and cultivate a sense of belonging and compassion.
Specializing in the healing connection between humans and the natural world, Marlow Shami conducts Nature as Healer workshops and talks throughout New England. The program will consist of an indoor presentation of beautiful and compelling images; a guided meditation; and outdoor activities.
The group will meet at the Flanders Studio which is located at the corner of Flanders and Church Hill Roads in Woodbury at 2PM. The Cost is $10 member and $15 for non members.
Those interested can register online at www.flandersnaturecenter.org.or call (203) 263-3711 Ext. 10 for more information.
For a full listing of all the programs for kids and adults coming up at Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust visit their website or their facebook page.
Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust is a nonprofit organization that focuses on environmental education, and on the acquisition, conservation, and stewardship of open space. Through its land trust initiatives, Flanders actively works to protect important natural sites and the area’s landscape character and quality of life. Flanders manages over 2,100 acres of preserved land in Woodbury and neighboring towns. Educational programs for children and adults are offered at the Van Vleck Farm Sanctuary, Flanders’ main campus in Woodbury. Trails at its major nature preserves are open to the public at no charge from dawn to dusk. Flanders’ Welcome Center is located at the corner of Church Hill and Flanders Roads in Woodbury. For more information, call 203-263-3711 or flandersnaturecenter.org