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The Mindfulness of Natural History and The Natural History of Mindfulness A Virtual Workshop with Will Duncan and Tom Fleischner

Saturday, May 23 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Join Will Duncan and Tom Fleischner on an exploration of both inner and outer landscapes. Naturalists and meditators rely on advanced skills in observation and mindfulness. Learn the foundations of these skills and then explore how they can be used to tune into our connections with the external world as well as create a greater sense of well being and harmony in the internal terrain.

COST: $42

SPACE IS LIMITED, so call or email the Natural History Institute today to register: (928) 863-3232 or info@naturalhistoryinstitute.org

WILL DUNCAN leads workshops with a variety of populations, from yogis to corporate leaders throughout the world. Well trained in Buddhist perceptual theory, yogic philosophy and meditation, Will brings modern relevance and accessibility to the forefront of his talks. His nearly four accumulative years of silent and solitary meditation retreats and the integrity of his personal practice help to bring both depth and a light-hearted ease into his workshops and events.

TOM FLEISCHNER, Executive Director of the Natural History Institute, is a naturalist, educator, and conservation biologist. He has conducted ecological field studies and led ecological explorations of landscapes from Alaska to Antarctica, and the Gulf of California to the Gulf of Maine, as well as throughout the Southwest. He is Faculty Emeritus at Prescott College, Chair of the Natural History Section of the Ecological Society of America, and the author or editor of four books, including, most recently, Nature, Love, Medicine: Essays On Wildness and Wellness.


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