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Walk the Grace Trail Event on International Yoga Day

by | Jun 9, 2022 | Activities, Events, Fitness, Local News, Spas and Wellness

Walking the Grace Trail event on International Yoga Day

Join like-minded people and experience a Grace Trail event on International Yoga Day and Summer Solstice.

International Yoga Day and the Summer Solstice are on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. International Yoga Day is celebrated worldwide to raise awareness of the benefits of yoga. It is no surprise that the date chosen to celebrate International Yoga Day is also the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. This year, a Grace Trail event has been organized on Bonaire and is a free event for the community.

What is a Grace Trail?


Anne Barry Jolles, the founder of the Grace Trail, is a life coach and author. Over the years, she has shared the Grace Trail with thousands of people in the form of actual trails, virtual trails, workshops, and retreats. The purpose of a Grace Trail is simple. It is a walk that allows reflection on five meaningful questions, whether it is alone or with a group of people. These five questions can assist you in any aspect of life or work, whatever you need. Everyone is dealing with something in their lives, whether it is a current problem, future choices, or simply exploring and accepting what is currently going on in life.

A Grace Trail is a walking path with Grace signs along the way to guide you through five questions. The trail allows time for you to walk, talk, think, and consider how to move forward or problem solve.

What are the five questions?

Grace represents five questions one needs to ask themselves during the walk. There is no right or wrong answer. It is about self-discovery and what you need at the moment.

G for Gratitude – What am I grateful for?

R for Release – What do I need to release?

A for Acceptance – What do I need to accept?

C for Challenge – What is my next challenge?

E for Embrace – What can I embrace as possible?

Experience the Grace Trail event on Bonaire.

Since International Yoga Day and the Summer Solstice are coming up, there is no better time to experience the Grace Trail event than on the same day. You can join this free community event on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at Seru Largu. Be there at 5:30 PM for a 5:45 PM start time. During the Grace Trail event, there will be signs along the way as you walk the path to remind you of the next question to contemplate. After the Grace Trail walk, you will enjoy sunset yoga and meditation. Make sure you bring a mat or towel, water, insect repellant, walking shoes, and a sundowner for afterward. And yes, a sundowner is an adult beverage! Arrive with an open mind and leave with peace and clarity. RSVP required.

Walk the Grace Trail on June 21, 2022.

About the women on Bonaire making this event possible.

Kelly Livingston, the owner of Fit for Life Athletics, moved to Bonaire in 2018 and is living her best life. Fit for Life Athletics offers yoga classes, personal training, and partner training on Bonaire. With her numerous certifications, she loves sharing her passion with others, and the Grace Trail event is one of her passions. Kelly also loves to scuba dive, watch sunsets, and enjoy quality time with family and friends. Her motto is “Earn your shower.”

Miranda Roberts, the owner of Samudra Yoga Flow, moved to Bonaire in 2021. Prior to settling on Bonaire, she traveled the Caribbean in her sailboat, sharing her yoga practices wherever she went. Miranda is also an artist and an author. She loves to volunteer, snorkel, and scuba dive in her spare time.

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Tanya Deen has been living in Bonaire since December 2016. She is a PADI Master Scuba Diver Instructor and enjoys underwater and bird photography. Tanya is the Editor-in-Chief of the Bonaire Insider tourism news blog.
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