Camino/Barefoot Talk in Boston

Posted October 23, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses  Floating Lotus             Presents best-selling author of My Camino Sue Kenney Journey to the Soul After being suddenly downsized from her corporate career, Sue Kenney wasn’t sure what to do with her life. A world masters rowing champion and mother of 3 teenagers, she left her ordinary world to embark on a spiritual journey as a simple pilgrim. She walked 500 miles over 29 days across the north of Spain on a medieval pilgrimage called the Camino de Santiago. She went alone, in the winter and returned home with a vision to share the idea of the Camino as a metaphor of a life journey with purpose. It was through the art of storytelling, she found her voice. Sue embraced a barefoot lifestyle at home and on the Camino.  Join us to hear Sue’s stories and insights into this life changing experience.    DATE: Tuesday November 3, 2015.   Time: 7-8:30pm LOCATION: Floating Lotus 169 Main Street, Gloucester MA. Suggested Donation $10.00 at the door. For more information: Email   About Sue Kenney: Her first book My Camino is now in development as a feature film. Sue also Directed a feature length documentary, Las Peregrinas which was screened internationally. She is a Camino Coach who has led 11 groups on the path. As a barefooter, often stores and restaurants would ask her to leave because she didn’t have shoes on. She designed a new kind of footwear without a sole called Barebottom Shoes and they are sold all over the world.

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