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Date:
April 27, 2019
Time:
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location:
Palmetto Islands County Park
Address:
Palmetto Islands County Park
444 Needlerush Parkway

Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Contact:
843-795-4386
Cost:
$10
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Nature Immersion

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Experience nature in a unique, mindful way with natural history interpreter, Tess Moody, and yoga teacher/Master Naturalist, Debbie Seabrook. Guided meditation and gentle movement followed by periods of discovery and identification of flora and fauna precipitate stress relief, mood enhancement, and clarity of mind. No prescriptions necessary. Binoculars and open minds are all you need.

Ages 12 & up. Participants under the age of 18 must have an adult chaperone on-site.

Instructors

Debbie Seabrook

Debbie completed her 200 hour registered yoga instructor certification through Holy Cow Yoga Center teacher training program in Charleston in 2012. Since then, she has logged countless hours cultivating her own practice and honing her teaching skills leading classes on a regular basis. She completed the Master Naturalist certification in Fall of 2013. Her passions have found a partnership in leading Caw Caw Interpretive Center's Walk & Restorative Yoga Program for over a year. Nature Immersion combines her two loves in an even deeper way presenting a platform for participants to experience the serenity and peace inherent in the natural world. Her goal is to make the mindfulness available from yoga and nature accessible to all.

Tess Moody

Tess has been interested in nature and animals ever since she started catching salamanders and bugs in the creek behind her childhood home in Tennessee. She cultivated that passion while pursuing two wildlife related degrees in college and jobs in multiple states. While she enjoys being outside alone, she gets the most joy in helping others to be better students of nature. Sharing "did-you-know" facts, interpreting different habitats, and being obviously excited about even the smallest things are some of the ways she helps others to connect to their natural surroundings.





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