Do you remember what it’s like to hear the wind, the sound of the birds chirping in the distance, the waves of the ocean rolling in and the feeling of grass beneath your feet? Our lives have become so busy that we really have moved away from nature, especially when we live in big cities. Nature is our greatest healer and friend and even a 30 minute walk in the park can change your day. Nature is also great for clearing the thoughts and getting clarity in any situation.
This will be a very unique, guided experience lasting between three to four hours where I teach you how to connect with nature, trees, animals and how to develop a deep, healthy relationship with nature. The experience will include hiking in the mountains, meditation and energy healing. Each hike will be tailored to the individuals in the group, their physical abilities and what they want to receive from the experience. During the experience, I will also be available to answer any questions you might have about your life, issues you are going through, your awakening process or anything else. I will also provide my intuitive insight and support. My dog will accompany me on the hikes as he is my spiritual companion and helps clients to release things and be more at ease.
What You Need for the Hikes:
– Good hiking shoes (waterproof for winter months)
– Walking poles if you normally use them
– Several layers of clothing as weather could be very unpredicted in the mountains
– Hat to cover the face from the sun
– Sunscreen if you normally use one
– Water and snacks
*Each individual will be asked to sign a waiver of liability prior to starting the hike
*No children under the age of 13
*No alcohol or drug use
Mount Shasta (4-5 hours) – $255 per person
(June through November operating season)
We will meet at Lake Siskiyou, the big parking lot next to Box Canyon Dam (Lake Siskiyou Trail, Parking at Dam as listed on Google Maps). You will follow my car to our first stop of the day for a quick swim in the beautiful sacred waters. Our second stop would be on Mount Shasta for a hike. We will conclude the day with stops at several powerful sites for mediation and energy work. Please note the trailheads will require driving up on mountain roads. While we will not be doing the hikes in the snow, snow is possible in some spots along the trail in early June or November. All hikes are conducted between 7,000 to 8,000 feet elevations and could be rated as moderate (mixture of flat and uphill). Hikes will not be conducted if there is rain, snow or smoke.
Lake Siskiyou and Mount Shasta (3-4 hours) – $222 per person
(year-round operating season)
We will meet at Cable Beach Parking (this is right after the turn to Castle Lake) for a hike along the lake, snack stop at a beautiful spot with the views of Mount Shasta and energy work. After the hike, you will follow my car up to Mount Shasta for a quick meditation. While we will not be doing the hike in the snow, snow is possible in some spots along the trail in the winter and early spring months along the lake and there will be snow on the mountain in the winter/spring months. Please note that the drive will require driving up on mountain road. This hike will be conducted between 3,500 to 7,000 feet elevations and could be rated as easy (flat terrain). Hikes will not be conducted if there is rain, snow or smoke.
Sacred nature hikes are conducted in English and Russian. You will receive an email for scheduling after booking. All prices include taxes and currency conversion fees. Hikes may be rescheduled up to 48 hours before the hike at the convenience of Jane’s availability. In case of absenteeism on your part, the hike will be canceled and considered a donation. Hikes could be canceled or rescheduled by Jane due to weather or smoke, so please check the weather prior to booking.
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Jane Andrianova is a registered outfitter guide in the state of Oregon and is certified in CPR and First Aid.
This business operates under special use permit with Shasta-Trinity National Forest. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, and reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.)
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~ Life on Earth is a Sacred Gift. We must learn to treat it with reverence and respect ~