I hope that this finds you well and I know that it has been a really long time since I published a post! Covid-19 has certainly thrown difficult things our way. As we have navigated this pandemic and adjusted to a new reality, time for self-care has never been more important. As I write this on Family Day long weekend in Ontario, I am grateful for being nearer to my family and for the abundance of life always around me. Connecting to this long weekend in February, things are slowly beginning to open up here. It still feels like winter, however, with the greater amount of daylight and some milder days, the hope of spring and freshness feels nearer 🙂
I intended to publish this episode some time ago, however, that never happened. I am thrilled to restart this podcast series and hope that you enjoy listening to this second episode! For this episode, I was grateful to interview a longtime friend, a mentor and wonderful and longtime mindfulness teacher here in Ontario, Liz Frost. Liz is also the owner and co-founder of the beautiful Sugar Ridge Retreat Centre, located 90 minutes away from Toronto. I have always found the Sugar Ridge retreat centre to be a serene place that supports the journey of mindful living and healing in a holistic, natural and beautiful way ~ I am so grateful to Liz and Kurt for their vision and for creating this beautiful and nurturing space to promote peace and healing in the world.
For those of you who are interested in visiting Sugar Ridge, I will be facilitating a Mindfulness in Nature weekend retreat over Earth Day weekend in April. For more details, please see my “Upcoming Offerings” page. I would love to have you be part of it! As well, you can take advantage of any of the other lovely retreats being held at the centre.
Okay, now for the interview – Liz and I recorded this interview in the Fall when circumstances aligned for us to meet. I am deeply grateful to Liz for her time and sharing her thoughts and expertise on mindful living. I so enjoyed having this conversation with Liz and hope that you enjoy it as much, and pick up a thing or two 🙂 I welcome your thoughts below on this episode, this podcast series, blog, or anything related to mindfulness. Thank you for listening, friends, and keep well!