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Hike Details:
Meet: 8:00am in Seattle, or 9:00am in Enumclaw. Start hike around 10:30am, finish by 4pm, back home by 6pm or so.
Trail: 5-6 miles round trip, 1,500 foot gain. Trail is in great shape, but hike does have some ups and downs, so you need to be in decent shape.
Yoga & Meditation: We will do some easy, standing poses in the beautiful meadows, and some guided meditations enroute.
Transport: Carpooling encouraged. Trailhead is 2 hours from Seattle. Note: Road is paved and excellent all the way to the trailhead.
Bring: Small backpack, water, maybe hiking poles, good walking boots or shoes. Bathing suit if you want to take a cold plunge!
Wildlife: Last year (2022) we saw a couple bear, an elk, some mountain goats, marmots — lots of wildlife this time of year!
Register: Call 425-422-0023 or email Roy at Holmanhealth@gmail.com

Price includes:
♥ Two teachers to support you for your healing retreat day
♥ Bug-Free Guided “Forest Bathing” Hike
♥ Good chance of seeing wildlife (Elk, Bear, Goats…)
♥ Guided Walking Meditations and Meadow Yoga
♥ Healthy, natural dessert!

Cost: $75

About the instructors: Roy Holman & Liz Gross 

Liz gross



Liz Gross: “I believe all healing involves alignment of the soul with the body.” Liz is a gifted sound and vibration healer, and teaches with Roy on retreats. Liz teaches yoga, meditation, Oneness and often does some of the cooking on our retreats. “When you’re consciously in touch with the life energy within yourself, you have awareness & communication with the flow of energy that connects you to spirit. I feel very passionate about Vibrational Medicine and love working with others in this way & helping others to connect with their purpose and passion in life. Vibrational Energy Medicine brings the physical, emotional, mental, & spiritual bodies back into balance, which opens the way for rebuilding the healing systems of the body.”


Roy Holman


Roy Holman: I am a 500 hour Certified Yoga teacher, in the Viniyoga tradition. I teach a safe, gentle, body-friendly, grounded, breath-connected, meditative, flowing traditional hatha yoga – a meditation in motion really. I like to move slow, give time to breathe deeply and savor the poses. I also teach breath-work (pranayama) and meditation, and also try to incorporate the many aspects of emotional healing and balancing I have learned. The meditation is a mindfulness style, with focus on breath awareness, heart opening, body senses, emotional clearing, and connection on all levels (body, breath, emotions, Earth, Spirit).

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