Take a walk (or hike) on the wild side!  Enjoy some of the beautiful local trails, get exercise, learn about
native plants and wildlife, and meet other friendly locals. Our
Go Wild hikes are a great way to support your
wellness on all levels. Trails are 2-10 miles in length and range in difficulty level, with most being appropriate for
beginner to intermediate hikers. Guided by the nature-loving duo,
Tony Conti and Kristi Bowman. Tony and
Kristi have been leading hikes throughout Sonoma County (and sometimes Marin!) for over 6 years.  

WHEN:  4th Saturday of each month

WHERE:  Meet at the designated park or meet for carpooling  (recommended)
Carpooling times/locations vary depending on the hike

Let's hike for health!




The best way to receive info about upcoming hikes is to:
Join the Sonoma County GO WILD hiking group on Meetup!

Or, email us to be added to the hiking email list


Coming up:  Barefoot Walk at Ragle Ranch Regional Park ~ Aug 25th
There's nothing quite like
the great outdoors!
In Sonoma County, there are so
many great places to get out and
enjoy nature, whether it's hiking
through the majestic redwood
forest at Armstrong Woods,
digging your toes in the sand at
Goat Rock Beach, or meditating
by the waterfall at Sugarloaf Ridge
State Park.

We hope you'll join us for a
chance to be active outside,
increase your health and
well-being, connect with the
land and enjoy many of the
local, natural wonders.
© 2018 Center for Sacred Movement.  All rights reserved.  |  Sebastopol, CA 95472
"Forget not that the earth
delights to feel your bare
feet, and the winds long
to play with your hair."

~ Kahlil Gibran

PLACES WE'VE
RECENTLY HIKED:

Shiloh Park - Windsor

Olompali State
Historic Park - Novato

Point Reyes/Tamales Bay

Annadel State Park
Santa Rosa

Armstrong Redwoods
State Reserve
Guerneville

Pomo Canyon to
Shell Beach

Sugarloaf Ridge
State Park
Outdoor Wellness
Adult $5
Age 12 & under FREE
(No one turned away due to inability to pay)


WHAT TO BRING:
• Sturdy, comfortable hiking shoes
• Sunscreen & weather-appropriate clothing
• Plenty of water and snacks for longer hikes
• Money for parking (when applicable)


Hikes may be postponed due to heavy
rains or stormy weather. Please no
dogs, unless otherwise indicated.
Thank you!
Women's Wellness Walk
6-Week Outdoor Walking Series

This 6-week series is designed to provide you some extra support in your wellness goals (while having fun)!
You'll have a chance to increase your physical activity and lose weight, which can help you feel better, have
more energy, lower your risk for chronic disease, and support your overall health. Each week, enjoy a 2-4 mile,
easy to moderate walk/hike with Kristi Bowman at one of the beautiful Sonoma County parks. Receive helpful
wellness tips along the trail. Not only will you have the opportunity to get exercise and enjoy the outdoors,
you'll
be connecting with a supportive group of women with similar wellness goals
. We'll encourage one
another, laugh together, get our hearts pumping and walk our way to greater health!

Women's Wellness Walks are offered in the spring, summer and fall seasons. Sign up now for the fall series!

Saturdays, Sept 8 - Oct 20 (no walk 9/22)  -  Start time 9:00am

COST:  $60 for the series;  $12 drop in
Sign up for the whole series to receive the most health benefits





TO SIGN UP:  Click here and join the group on Meetup

Or email Kristi to be added to the Women's Wellness Walk email list
(please put "Women's Walk" in the subject line)

Each weekly walk meets at 9:00am at trailhead  (a different park each week)
Directions and other helpful info provided on Meetup or by email only


WELLNESS WALK SCHEDULE
WEEK 1:  Sept 8 - Howarth Park/Spring Lake  (Santa Rosa)
WEEK 2:  Sept 16 - Crane Creek Regional Park  (near Rohnert Park)
WEEK 3:  Sept 29* - Foothill Regional Park  (Windsor)
WEEK 4:  Oct 6 - Sugarloaf Ridge State Park  (Kenwood)
WEEK 5:  Oct 13 - Blind Beach to Shell Beach  (Sonoma Coast)
WEEK 6:  Oct 20 - Armstrong Woods  (Guerneville)

* (no walk 9/22. We'll be doing the Go Wild hike at Tomales Bay)