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Mindfulness Through The Lens
Various Locations
, WA
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Learn a variety of meditative, mindfulness and mindful photography techniques designed to enhance both your life and your photography. We will dive deeply into the present moment experience, immersed in nature, in order to see life from an entirely new perspective.

Accessible to all levels of photographer and mindfulness / meditation experience, even those who rarely take photos or have no experience in the practice of mindfulness. Cell phone cameras are encouraged! This is NOT a technical "how to use a camera" workshop. It's about gaining real world techniques to dive deeply into the present moment, allowing your photos to evolve organically.

SEE ALL DATES AND LOCATIONS AVAILABLE BELOW

Presented by Dara Wagner of The Mindful Lens, @the.mindful.lens  and Diana Scheel of Cat in the Moon Photography, https://catinthemoonphotography.zenfolio.com/

Dara is a Reiki Master specializing in meditative and other transformative processes. She developed The Mindful Lens technique during a three year experiment in ways to become acutely focused on the present moment and say "yes" to life.

Diana Scheel is a professional photographer on a personal journey of self awareness and transformation. She has traveled all over the world with her camera and specializes in portrait and fine art photography.
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DATES & LOCATIONS * DATES & LOCATIONS * DATES & LOCATIONS

JULY 20, 2019 - 10 AM to 1 PM

WASHINGTON PARK ARBORETUM

Lake Washington Blvd, between E. Interlaken Blvd and Boyer Ave E in Seattle, across from Japanese Gardens.

ABOUT: An oasis of green on the shores of Lake Washington, the Washington Park Arboretum is one of Seattle's finest gems. Groomed trails meander through both natural woodland and landscaped plantings, around ponds and through hidden glens sheltered by towering trees. We will explore a variety of environments, both natural and man-made, during this workshop. Our opening meditation will be in a hidden copse of towering trees, wildflowers are abundant and colorful dragonfly's are zipping about the waterlilies.  

DETAILS: About 25 minutes south of Edmonds / Shoreline, 10 minutes north of Downtown Seattle.

MEET at Washington Park Arboretum Parking Lot (not the Botanical Gardens lot) across the street and just north of the Japanese Gardens parking lot. It is located on Lake Washington Blvd, between E Interlaken Blvd and Boyer Avenue E in Seattle. The parking lot is on the east side of Lake Washington Blvd.

THERE IS NO STREET ADDRESS FOR THE ENTRANCE WE WILL MEET AT -
Google Maps - enter Washington Park Arboretum Parking Lot and it will come up.

Call Dara Wagner at 425-737-2429 if you have difficulty.

ACCESSIBILITY: This event has easy accessibility with wide, groomed trails. A Porta-Potty available in the parking area.

RAIN DATE: July 21, 2019 - 10 am to 1 pm.

SEE "ALL EVENTS" at the bottom of the page for general information about what to bring, restrictions, etc.

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AUGUST 3, 2019 - 10 AM to 1 PM

MARINA BEACH AND OFF LEASH DOG PARK

470 Admiral Way, Edmonds, WA 98020

ABOUT: The southernmost park on Edmonds waterfront, Marina Beach and it's adjacent dog park is one of the best waterfront parks in the area. Not only stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and fascinating marine life at low tide, this park also features some of the most entertaining dog action in the area. For those of you who attend regularly, our segment on observing and photographing dog emotions will be a unique Mindful Lens experience.

DETAILS: About 25 minutes north of downtown Seattle, 20 minutes south of Everett.

MEET at the far end of the parking lot between the dog park and the "human" park, closest to the water.

Call Dara Wagner at 425-737-2429 if you have difficulty.

ACCESSIBILITY: This event has easy accessibility with a gentle slope from parking lot to the beach. A Porta-Potty available.

RAIN DATE: August 4, 2019 - 10 am to 1 pm.

SEE "ALL EVENTS" at the bottom of the page for general information about what to bring, restrictions, etc.
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AUGUST 17, 2019 - 10 am to 1 pm

KRUCKEBERG BOTANIC GARDEN

20312 15th Ave NW, Shoreline, WA 98177

ABOUT: Such a surprise to find this jewel tucked away in a residential neighborhood! The four-acre garden is a unique combination of stunning native plants and unusual exotics in a beautifully designed, naturalistic setting. A favorite of local birders and photographers, at least 40 species of birds and other wildlife abound.

DETAILS: About 25 minutes north of downtown Seattle, 20 minutes south of Everett.

MEET in the parking lot near the garden entrance. Parking can be tight at times. Additional parking available on 201st and 204th.

Call Dara Wagner at 425-737-2429 if you have difficulty.

ACCESSIBILITY: This event has easy accessibility with level walkways and trails. Bathrooms available.

RAIN DATE: August 18, 2019 - 10 am to 1 pm.

SEE "ALL EVENTS" at the bottom of the page for general information about what to bring, restrictions, etc.
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September 7, 2019 - 10 AM to 1 PM

MILL CREEK NATURE PRESERVE

164th Street SE and Bothell Everett Hwy, Mill Creek.

MEET on the grass along Bothell Everett Hwy outside the McDONALD'S on the northwest corner of 164th St SE and Bothell Everett Hwy. We will then walk across the street to the preserve.

Call Dara Wagner at 425-737-2429 if you have difficulty.

ABOUT: This beautiful nature preserve includes diverse habitats including wetlands, ponds, meadows and forests. Offering some of the most beautiful hiking tails in the greater Seattle metropolitan area, our three hour workshop will give you a taste of all Mill Creek has to offer leaving you eager to come back again and again.

DETAILS: About 50 minutes northwest of downtown Seattle, 25 minutes northwest of Edmonds and 20 minutes south of Everett.

ACCESSIBILITY: This event has easy accessibility with relatively level trails.

RAIN DATE: September 8, 2019 - 10 am to 1 pm.

SEE "ALL EVENTS" at the bottom of the page for general information about what to bring, restrictions, etc.

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September 21, 2019 - 10 AM to 1 PM

TO BE ANNOUNCED! TO BE ANNOUNCED! TO BE ANNOUNCED!

RAIN DATE: September 22, 2019 - 10 am to 1 pm.

SEE "ALL EVENTS" at the bottom of the page for general information about what to bring, restrictions, etc.

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ALL EVENTS * ALL EVENTS * ALL EVENTS * ALL EVENTS * ALL EVENTS

CAMERA REQUIREMENTS: None! Cell phone or point and shoot are fine. If you have a fancier camera we will suggest you put it on auto mode. This event is about learning to see from a new perspective, not about camera technology.

GENERAL: Please wear footwear appropriate to the location. Trails may be muddy and beach trips usually involve wet feet.

Please bring water and sunscreen, Snacks are optional but suggested.

See individual events for specific details about location including, accessibility, hike difficulty (if any), etc.

CHILDREN: Children 14 and over are welcome, separate ticket required.

PETS: Service animals as recognized by ADA official guidelines are welcome. No pets please.

CANCELLATIONS: Events will be cancelled in the case of heavy rain. No cancellation for light or intermittent rain. See individual events for rain date, if any. If you are unable to attend the rain date your ticket will be credited toward another event.

REFUNDS: None.
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Admission Level Price Quantity
General $49.00 ($52.44 w/service fee)
July 20, 2019 - Washington Park Arboretum  



Admission Level Price Quantity
General $49.00 ($52.44 w/service fee)
July 20, 2019 - Washington Park Arboretum  
 
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Arts > Visual
Education > Classes
Education > Tours
Education > Workshops
Other > Spiritual

Minimum Age: 14
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!

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Owner: The Mindful Lens
On BPT Since: Dec 13, 2017
 
Dara Wagner
4257372429
dara_wagner@yahoo.com
 

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