NightWalking with Katie Raver and Assistants

In person at WinterCorn Place.

Here are the dates for 2022: 

  • June 27-July 1
  • July 25-29
  • August 22-26

If you are interested in attending one of these NightWalking retreats, please email Katie Raver at or by phone or text at +1 512.699.7322.

Expand your awareness and enjoy personal insights in beautiful Taos, New Mexico.

In this 5-day class, you will learn to walk in the dark, without artificial light, using the natural  abilities of your eyes and brain. This training also helps you to stay in  your peripheral vision for longer than a few minutes, training your  neurology to do so easily and enjoyably. This class operates differently  than an NLP class and there’s plenty of time between sessions to connect  with other participants, find a hiking trail or swimming hole to explore,  or enjoy Taos and the surrounding Carson National Forest.  

Our schedule for this training:

Day 1: meet for an evening session and get to know other participants and facilitators. No NightWalking the first night.
Days 2-3-4: meet for an afternoon classroom session and an evening NightWalk each day.
Day 5: meet for brunch and a final session to complete the training.

During afternoon sessions, enjoy the cozy comfort and New Mexican style decor of Winter Corn Place, as Nelson and Katie guide you through experiences that will expand your ability to see, hear, and feel, and to use that increased sensory acuity to shift your attention to explore new reactions, responses, resources, and states of being.

In the evening sessions, the class meets in the starkly beautiful desert outside Taos to participate in NightWalking. Bring your natural curiosity along with your broken-in hiking shoes as we leave civilization and enter the natural world at night.  This is the easiest place to learn to NightWalk.

Some learnings from this class can be applied and used right away in your own relationships, career, and personal development.  Other learnings may take time to develop or arise in their own time, in the weeks following the class.

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