Acadia Mindfulness Adventures
Guided Excursions in Nature
Practice Mindfulness in Nature
Life Is Busy. Vacations can be hectic. Take some time to relax into life on this guided Mindfulness Walk and try out a variety of practices to help you slow down, calm your busy mind, and connect deeply with yourself and your experience in a beautiful setting--led by Local Mindfulness Instructor Jen Harry.
Practice Mindfulness in Nature
COVID SAFETY: Your safety is my utmost concern, all COVID protocols and safe practices are followed on adventures. Masks are optional and groups are currently limited to 1-4 people. . You can find information on travel and visitor information and the Keep Maine Healthy plan at www.maine.gov.
Guided Mindfulness Walk: 2.5 hour adventure designed to allow you to slow down in a busy world and connect to yourself, your experience, and your surroundings for a deeply relaxing experience in nature. First meet with your guide in a pre-determined location for a brief introduction to Acadia Mindfulness Adventures and review of your itinerary. Then head out into nature, either to Acadia National Park or to another equally as beautiful off the beaten track location on Mount Desert Island, where you will be guided through a variety of mindfulness practices in real life, including but not limited to Walking Meditation, Mindfulness of Breath, Mindfulness of the Senses and Mindful Eating. Finish up the adventure with some ideas on how you can take these practices (and they relaxation they bring!) home with you and easily integrate them into your everyday life.
On excursions you can expect to walk/hike 1-2 miles round trip. (Options are available for shorter walks if needed) Experiences are created to focus on mindfulness practice rather than exertion and are tailored to your specific level of ability.
Whether you are just learning or would like to deepen your practice, leave with more than just a souvenir--take home simple techniques for cultivating inner calm and relaxation that you can use in your everyday life!
-No experience necessary
-Visit some of the most beautiful spots in Acadia National Park and on MDI
-A great way to start the day!
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What to Expect
Location: Outdoor mindfulness adventures are held either in Acadia National Park or at another equally as beautiful off the beaten path non-park location on Mount Desert Island. On excursions you can expect to walk/hike 1-2 miles round trip. (Options are available for shorter walks if needed) Experiences are created to focus on mindfulness practices rather than exertion and are tailored to your specific level of ability.
Dress: Weather in Maine can change quickly, and temperatures can vary widely within the same day. Dress appropriately for sun, rain, wind and with extra warm layers during the winter months. Please wear appropriate footwear for walking/hiking (sturdy shoes with good support or waterproof boots and ice stablizers/traction cleats for winter conditions).
Time: Outings into Acadia or other locations on Mount Desert Island are scheduled for 2 1/2 hours, additional time may be required to allow for travel & parking.
What to Bring: Curiosity & openness to your experience! In addition, you may want to bring an extra layer of clothing, or rain gear, weather dependent. A water bottle if desired and a snack for mindful eating. It is always nice to have a journal for reflection but it is not required.
Weather Policy: Because Mindfulness is a practice of being present to "what is", these excursions are all-weather permitting (we will venture out in all weather!), with the exception of unsafe weather such as lightening storms, torrential downpours or hazardous winter weather. In case of unsafe weather, guests will have the option to either reschedule or receive a refund.
Cancellation Policy: 72 Hour Notice is required to receive a full refund.
Park Passes: Please note that if your excursion is planned to Acadia National Park, from May through October visitors are required to have a park entrance pass and to display it in their vehicle. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, visitors are encouraged to purchase a pass online at :
The National Park Service
Still have questions? Contact me at 207-801-1107 or click this link to email me