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Join Sydney Williams for a hike, a book signing + discussion of her new book, Hiking Your Feeling: Blazing a Trail to Self-Love
April 12, 2024 (San Diego) -- Turn your pain into power. Part inspirational memoir, part practical guide, Hiking Your Feelings offers a toolkit to unpack your “trauma pack” and step into the best version of yourself.
Join wellness advocate and wilderness guide Sydney Williams for a book signing and discussion of her new book, Hiking Your Feeling: Blazing a Trail to Self-Love, as well as a guided walk through the park. The book will be available for purchase at the MTRP gift shop.
Date and time
Sunday, April 14 · 2 - 4 p.m.

Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center
1 Father Junipero Serra Trail, San Diego, CA 92119
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The event will take place outdoors. The speaking portion will be in the outdoor ampitheater, feel free to bring pillows or blankets to sit on. The hiking portion will be optional and will be along the Father Junipero Serra Trail, a flat and accessible trail for all abilities. Please wear comfortable shoes, clothes, and sun protection. Email MTRP Foundation's Stewardship Manager Kindra at khixon@mtrp.org for questions.
About the Author:
Sydney Williams is the founder of Hiking My Feelings, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the healing power of nature. She is an author and a certified Wilderness First Responder, an instructor at the Desert Institute at Joshua Tree National Park, an instructor at the Field Institute at Sequoia National Park, and a founding member of the Outdoorist Oath. Through it all, she centers empathetic storytelling and allows her curiosity and enthusiasm to lead the way.
This event is organized by Mission Trails Regional Park (MTRP) Foundation, the nonprofit that supports the park. Your ticket helps the MTRP Foundation preserve and protect the park we love.

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Hiking in nature is a happy behavior

and brain health is related to physical health, so hiking is a winner. . . .Unfortunately it is considered that walking and hiking are avoided by many lazy and sad Americans. . . . So good on Williams is promoting hiking. . .good on her. . . . I am ordering her book for additional understanding.