Looking for a Way to Relax This Weekend? You Can Now Go on a Solo SilentWalking Meditation

Now that our weekends consist of working out in our living room and nonstop childcare, we are constantly looking for new ways to relax during this coronavirus pandemic. 

This weekend, why not try a virtual guided meditation walk? Yes, those are a thing. MindTravel, an experiential music company, is introducing new virtual SilentWalking Meditation to online audiences. 

Created by composer and concert pianist Murray Hidary, SilentWalks are designed as a solo or family activity in accordance with current social distancing regulations. According to a press release, participants will join Murrary’s Livestream as they venture through a neighborhood, local park or local trail (pretty much anywhere outdoors). During the walk, attendees will be guided by music and commentary from Hidary for what the company calls a “refreshing, revitalizing and re-centering” experience. Sounds interesting.

Here is a list of this weekend's three activities. 

Friday, March 27th, 2 p.m. PT: Free Virtual MindTravel SilentWalking Meditation 
Saturday, March 28th, 2 p.m.-2:30 pm PT: Free Virtual MindTravel SilentWalking Meditation 
Sunday, March 29th, 4 p.m.-5:30 p.m. PT: MindTravel Live-Piano Virtual Experience

And we can’t forget to mention that each experience is completely free. All you have to do is register for the event on their site and join the Livestream at the appropriate date and time.