Keynote Talk About the Camino in Aurora, barefoot.

Posted February 27, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

Ok, this is my first barefoot talk about the Camino in front of a paying audience. Can’t believe I actually wiggle my toes while I’m talking! 🙂

Thanks to Monica Mueller for organizing such an incredible event and Levon Ichkhanian’s awe inspiring music.

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Camino Conference Call Thursday Jan 31, 2013

Posted January 28, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Learn about walking the Camino

Free Camino Conference Call on Thursday at 5:00pm EST. Everyone is invited to join in. The call in number and details are listed below.

We will cover such things as a bit of history, getting ready to walk, packing and equipment tips, what to expect when you get there and then at the end of the call we will leave some time to answer questions. Even if you are just thinking about it right now, join us and have your concerns and questions answered.

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Camino Event – Feb 6 in Aurora with Sue Kenney

Posted January 15, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses

Walking the Camino with Sue Kenney

KICX Radio Interview about Barefooting Workshop

Posted January 15, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

Sue Kenney interview on Barefooting on KICX 106

One of the happiest memories I have as a child is going barefoot on the beach of Lake Couchiching. Just thinking of it brings a smile to my face. Join this workshop and discover the healing powers of being BAREFOOT. Not only will you improve your posture, balance and flexibility, learn about how you can help your body to heal itself. Now is the time to prepare your feet indoors so you’re ready for bare footing when the weather improves. Learn about EARTHING or grounding. The Great Mother provides us with free electrons that our body needs to contribute to a natural healing process. Wearing shoes has cut us off from this incredible gift the earth has to offer. Learn how you can integrate this forgotten component of a holistic approach to everyday life. It’s organic and it’s right under our feet!

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Toronto Pilgrims Meeting March 2, 2013

Posted January 6, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses

Canadian Company of Pilgrims Meeting

A Full Day of Getting Back to “Basic Camino Information and Instruction”.  In response to many suggestions, the Toronto Chapter has prepared two information sessions on March 2, 2013. The first is directed to the novice pilgrim planning to travel the Camino for the first time.  Following the morning session, the second afternoon session will consist of our regular Spring Meeting.
SESSION ONE March 2, 2013 (9:00) St. Matthews United Church 729 St Clair Ave West  Cost $10 (to defray room rental and coffee break) LIMIT 40 PERSONS – PRIOR REGISTRATION REQUIRED – Deadline February 25 2013. This session is geared to answer all the questions that each novice pilgrim has and will address…Camino Routes; What to Pack; What you should not pack; Where to start and how to get to/from your embarkation point; What you should expect in a Pilgrim’s Hostel; and The difference types of lodging. Veteran pilgrims and Hospitalero Volunteers will host this session.
Pre-Registration is required. To register email to indicate your interest then mail $10per person (cheque –no cash) to: P. Sayer and Mail to 881 Donegal Ave. Oshawa Ontario L1J 6K4                          Dead line February 25 2013.
SESSION TWO (No cost, No pre-registration, Open to the general public/all are welcome) March 2, 2013 start 1:30- 4:00pm The Canadian Company of Pilgrims -Toronto Chapter- will be hosting their regular Spring Meeting on Saturday March 2, 2013 at St. Matthews United Church   (729 St Clair Ave West, Toronto).  Starting time is 1:30 sharp and all interested persons are welcome to attend. Parking is very limited so please consider the TTC.  Arrive early to complete applications for membership and credential requests. The 2½-hour meeting should be very exciting featuring a short presentation from MEC, Camino photographs, and information sharing for both the novice and veteran pilgrim.   Any questions regarding the spring meeting can be directed to Patrick at If you wish be part of our meeting please contact Patrick.
We are asking for people to bring their Camino photographs, please contact Patrick to reserve a display table.   We are again looking for 2 or 3 pilgrims to “pack for the Camino” and bring their fully loaded packs to display exactly what they carried on “the way”. Contact Patrick for more details. If you have any gently used equipment that you want to donate for our “swap meet” please bring it to the meeting.  We also need general volunteers for the meeting’s various areas.
Please donate any canned or non-perishable food items at your local food bank; we do not have the facilities to transport these goods to a drop-off area.

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Barefoot walking in the snow.

Posted January 2, 2013 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

Don’t do this at home! I have climatized your feet to walking barefoot in the cold and snow and it’s my second winter barefoot. I take my shoes with me always, along with a pair of socks too. Even at minus 14 Celcius it’s liberating.

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Volunteer Positions in Santiago

Posted December 2, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Camino | no responses

Pilgrims’ Office – Santiago de Compostela
Volunteers wanted

There are a number of volunteering opportunities available through the Pilgrims’ Office in Santiago during the period May – October 2013. Volunteers are expected to have previously made the pilgrimage to Santiago.

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Blisters on the Camino

Posted November 17, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

Blisters. Almost everyone gets them on the Camino. The trick is to keep your feet dry. For many years I avoided them completely by putting vaseline on my feet every morning and changing my socks partway through the day. (if you’re barefoot you don’t get them) n May each year I guide a group of pilgrims along the Camino, a medival route following the footsteps of millions of people. You’ll be guided to prepare for the journey physically, mentally and spiritually and learn expert tips. We’ll walk over 200 kilometers in 11 days together. If you want a package about estimated expenses, what’s planned and how to sign up contact me directly. Read about it It’s the journey of a lifetime.

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Sue’s Second Book

Posted November 12, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Books | no responses

If you liked My Camino, the continuing saga of the Camino experience is told in my second book, Confessions of a Pilgrim. I went back to the Camino to walk the Portuguese Route. Prior to leaving a Native friend had a dream about me where she was told to provide me a sacred Eagle Feather that I was to give to someone on my way. The spiritual journey continues….

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Are you thinking about walking the Camino pilgrimage in Spain or at home?

Posted November 7, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Walk back to what matters to you! Walk back to your true self!

Our next Your Camino Group Journey begins on May 19, 2013. Walk for 11 days on the medieval pilgrimage route in Spain with expert pilgrim Sue Kenney. Book by December 31st, 2012 and get 10% off coaching/guide fees.

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