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Outdoor & Unplugged: Nature walk with Kripalu Meditation

June 11 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm


Tuesday, June 11th from 10:30AM to 12PM

Location: 24 Cottage Rd. Kensington, NH


About The Event

Do you often buzz from one task to the next and find it hard to switch off? If so, this experience is a gentle invitation to press pause. Picture this: a certified guide expertly leading you through a sensory journey designed to help you rediscover nature’s calming rhythm. It’s the perfect way to shake off the stress of a busy week and rediscover a natural sense of ease.

Libby Curtis Webb leads this immersive experience. She passionately shares her dedication to connecting people with nature as a Kripalu Meditation Teacher and Mindful Outdoor Leader. Join this transformative experience and leave your worries behind with Libby as your guide.

What To Expect

You will be guided through the experience, so bring an open mind and curiosity. This all-level class begins with gentle breathing and mindful movement. Then, we will walk the land together while practicing several sensory invitations and wrap up with a group sharing circle.
Your certified guide will offer gentle prompts throughout the experience to help you focus on your senses and remain connected with nature.

  • Slow down, tune in to your senses
  • Guided journey to inner calm and connection
  • Rediscover nature’s calming rhythms


About Libby Curtis Webb

Libby, a beacon of warmth and healing, is a Kripalu-certified meditation Teacher and Forest Therapy Guide dedicated to illuminating paths to inner peace and connection to nature. Learn more at


Refund and Weather Policy

Tickets are non-refundable. Please note that all events at Alnoba are rain or shine. If an event is cancelled due to extreme weather you will receive an email notification. If you do not get an email notifying you that the event is cancelled, that means the event is still going forward as scheduled.



24 Cottage Road
Kensington, NH 03833 United States
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