Walking Revolution

Our goal is to bring facilitated programs to companies to get butts out of seats, get people walking to make smarter, more creative decisions. That leads to healthier businesses led by happier employers and more loyal, healthy employees.

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Labyrinth Tours

“Mindful, Mythical and the Preposterous: Experiential Learning of Labyrinths” Labyrinths are found in every country on our planet. Thought to be an archetypal symbol of transformation, they can open participants to the great mysteries of life. experts consider them a … Continue reading

Wildflower Walk in Roberts Regional Park

Allison co-led  a wildflower walk in Oakland’s Roberts Regional Park on April 30,2016 for a private group. Thanks to Jenny Rieger of Columbine Landscaping for sharing her vast knowledge on medicinal & Native tribes’ uses of plants – and helping … Continue reading

Reclaiming the Lost Art of Walking

May is National Walking month in the UK. In honor of that, here’s a terrific article on “Reclaiming The Lost Art of Walking” by By Finlo Rohrer of the BBC News Magazine. Online it’s titled; “The slow death of purposeless walking”.  I love … Continue reading

Walking Meditation

I dreaded meditation exercises for years until I figured out my morning walks actually were meditations. I just get double the benefit; mindfulness or mind clearing, plus a bit of exericise. This is just one of the exercises we use in our … Continue reading

Walking: The New Washington Power Struggle

Sharing an article from the Washington Post on politicians competing to get the most steps. I find it encouraging that even our top politicos are finding ways to incorporate walking into their work. The article quips;  “[Rep. John] Boehner’s staff even holds … Continue reading

Does Walking Help You Think?

best article yet on walking. Published on 9/3/14 in the New Yorker: Why Walking Helps Us Think looks at the many sides of how walking influences our lives – from memory to strokes of insight to psychological studies, it covers the gamut.

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