Tina carries a small handheld mic as she does a 30, 45, and 60 minute run with the community. Join in for a body scan, senses check up, updates from life this week (including talking throguh a small injury), and a conversation. This week we talk about small things that can be done environmentally to add into life…although, as you will hear, it is not quite that simple(!). There is a reason these together runs are very popular, give it a try and join in!

Part meditation, part reflection, part check-in, join Tina for #togetherrun23

Be sure to let us know if you would like to attend the Boston meetup on October 10 by emailing Tina

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