The 10.27 Healing Partnership, an affiliate of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, is offering a joint program in collaboration with the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, called Walking the Healing Path.
We hope you can join us for one, or all, of our guided walks within several of Pittsburgh’s beautiful parks. Staff from the 10.27 Healing Partnership and Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy will offer support on how to create space for mutual healing through properties of body movement, mindfulness practices and togetherness.
The intention of this program will be to offer a therapeutic and educational space for those directly and indirectly affected by the 2018 synagogue shooting, as well as the greater Pittsburgh community, to come together to build connections and foster well-being. Participants will have the opportunity to work on their own healing and connect with others, while learning about our area’s beautiful outdoor spaces.
June 30: Bowling Green at Frick Park in Point Breeze (corner of Reynolds Street and S. Lexington Avenue)
Feel free to bring a water bottle, journal, camera and/or anything else that will make you feel comfortable. All are welcome to attend.
Walk information: One-hour, slow pace, surface is paved, crushed limestone or compacted earth trail.