Strolls for Well-Being is a complimentary seasonal program at Bloedel Reserve that supports connection with nature through a series of 12 self-guided walks.
We invite those interested in deepening their connection to nature to join, and no experience or special knowledge is needed. New participants receive a guidebook with instruction and inspiration for 12 distinct mindfulness-based walks through the Reserve. Each walk is built around a theme such as joy, awareness, or gratitude, and the walks are designed around locations within the Reserve.
Participants become part of a small group that meets three times during the program, for an orientation, mid-point check-in, and closing meeting. The meetings provide an opportunity to hear from others and share experiences.
After the orientation meeting, people in the program will receive a guidebook and be ready to begin. The program is designed to be self-paced, and participants choose when and how to engage with the walks. Everyone in the program receives a complimentary 6-month membership to Bloedel Reserve, which provides Timed Ticket entrance when booked in advance.
2023 Spring Strolls for Well-Being Program: March 22-May 6
Please sign up for one of the orientation meetings in order to be registered for the Strolls for Well-Being Program.
Due to the popularity of this program, participation in the Strolls program is offered to NEW participants only.