HERIZEN™ Yoga for Women is offering our first Wise Women Walking Adventure in Bonny Scotland. August 17 to Sept 2, 2020. Max of 6 ladies. Beginner to Intermediate walking Level. Yoga Fusion for all levels.

 
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Our HERIZEN™ Wise Women Walking Bonny Scotland Adventure will have a variety of walking experiences.  The Northeast Coast of Scotland, including the Moray Coast and the Speyside Way.  The Moray Coast has been noted by National Geographic as one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world.  We will begin in Aberdeen visiting Stonehaven and Dunnotar Castle onwards to remote cliffside villages of Gardenstown, Crovie to begin our walks between the villages, afternoon tea with local families moving inland to stay at a historic converted church between the Grampian Highlands and the Moray Coast, back to the Moray Coast with a stay at the sustainable village Findhorn, volunteer work during our stay and begin our walking along the coast before turning inwards on a trail alive with welcoming villages, beauty and more more. Walking, morning fusion yoga, meditation, nature painting, women circles, great exercise, breathe the fresh air and a taste of wee dram along the way.

Here is a representative sampling of additional anonymous comments from the panelists regarding the Moray Coast. 

"A wonderful region of Scotland. Beaches are fantastic, and the area welcomes visitors as one of their own. Largely rural. People work together for the greater good—fishermen tolerate canoeists; farmers allow walkers to pass over their land on footpaths, etc."

 "An undiscovered gem with pretty coastal villages, excellent beaches, and outstanding cliff scenery. 

The Speyside Way begins with a lovely day following the River Spey from the wave-battered coastline up through birchwoods and pastures, with views of heather-clad hills giving way steadily to the rising peaks of the Cairngorm Mountains. The Speyside Way keeps to clear paths and tracks, which are chiefly low-level save for a hillier foray from the riverbank between Ballindalloch and Grantown.

The trail is alive with welcoming villages and a wide variety of wildlife, from ospreys to dolphins, while budding historians will love the Pictish relics, standing stones and ancient castles. Some of Scotland’s most famous distilleries await, too, including Glenfiddich, Machallan, and Cardhu. Overall, the Speyside Way is an approachable, settled route through a wild and beguiling landscape.    The Speyside Way trail is also a less traveled path making for a more peaceful and enjoyable experience.   Level:  Beginner to Intermediate. For our quick trip daily outline GO HERE

If you would like to join this unique HERIZEN™ ZENful Women only walking experience in Scotland 2020 send me an email for further details. GO HERE

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