Festival del Cammino

Brescia, Italy
From June 9 to
June 12, 2022
4 days
/ 3 routes
ASD Rosa Running Team

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

Festival del Cammino

The sixth edition of the Cammino Festival has begun! A program full of encounters and culture. We are waiting for you from 9 to 12 June, to discover the territory, through movement.

DISCOVERING THE TERRITORY

Sunday 12 June 2021
🕘 08: 00-12.00
📍Municipality of Erbusco, Via Verdi, 16 - Erbusco (BS)
DISCOVERING THE TERRITORY
Three walks to discover Erbusco, the historic houses, the vineyards and the hills.

There is something for everyone!

THREE distances to be covered at free pace: 5-10-16km.

5km: a walk suitable for everyone.
Mostly on asphalt, which will touch the places of greatest historical and cultural interest in the country along secondary roads that offer beautiful views.

10km: between villas and vineyards.
A mixed route which, once along some historic houses, will lead us to the hill rich in woods and renowned vineyards and then take us back to the ancient historic center.

16km: for those who love longer distances.
A complete tour to admire all the most beautiful views of the Franciacorta village, from the historic center to the ancient residences, to the wood that gives way to the vineyards of the numerous wineries in the area.

Technical info.
Meeting.
In front of the Municipality, Via Verdi 16 - Erbusco

Registration and gadget collection service.
From 7.30 to 09.30 . Participants will be given: backpack, sweet and savory snack.

Departures.
Group departures with companions divided by distance:

Ore 08:00> 16km
Ore 08:30 > 10km
Ore 10:00 > 5km

The routes will be marked and, those wishing to move independently, will be able to do so starting at 08.00

Participation fee.
€ 8.00 for distances 16km and 10km.

€ 5.00 for the distance of 5km.

Attention : In case of non-participation by members, the contributions are not refundable.

In case of cancellation of the event by the organizer, the participation fees will be refunded.

The participation contributions requested for the following event implemented in direct implementation of Fiasp's institutional purposes are subject to the tax regime pursuant to Legislative Decree 03 July 2017 n. 117 Art, 85 Code of the Third Sector which prescribes for any FIASP event it will be mandatory to acquire the participation document with the increase of two € 0.50 by releasing one's name, surname and date of birth. The supplement of the participation fee of € 0.50 defined as the "federal institutional fee" required of non-Fiasp Members is aimed at allowing them to participate in the event which includes the use of all federal services pursuant to Art. 6.4 of the statute.

Services.
Bar and toilets at the Oratory of Erbusco (Piazza Vittorio Veneto, 10) open from 08.00 to 12.00.

Brescia, Italy

COMPLEMENTARY EVENTS

Festival del Cammino

CONFERENCES

Nothing is more precious than time.

🗓️Thursday 9 June 2022
🕘 Hours21.00 -22.30
📍 Villa Lechi | Via G. Verdi - Erbusco (BS)

We will talk about it with Andrea Spinelli , born in 1973, born and raised in Catania.

Citizen of the world , adopted by Friuli Venezia Giulia, he loves to feel like a wanderer and doesn't like words: adenocarcinoma of the head of the pancreas in an advanced inoperable state is the disease that has accompanied him since 2013 and that he tries to keep at bay (even) by walking .

Because - he and the doctors who are studying his case have discovered - this activity stimulates the immune system : you do not heal by walking - of course - but maybe you live better and longer. Since that day, in fact, after the life-saving therapy, he has regained his strength and to date he has walked over 26,000 kilometers.

Andrea talks about it on social media and in two books: If I walk alive - If we die of cancer while we live (Ediciclo, 2018) and Il caminante - Walker, pilgrim and wayfarer (Edicycle, 2020).

He has been living since 2020 with his wife and a dog in the camper that they called " Tano the seagull ".

Over the horizon.

Friday 10 June 2022
🕘 9.00pm-10.30pm
📍Palazzo Marchetti of Montestrutto | Via Martinengo, 2 (Church square) - Erbusco (BS)

The extreme horizon is the farthest part that our gaze can reach but, if with imagination and creativity we try to go further, we will be able to give shape to our dreams, reach our goals, face the challenges that our existence offers us. even knowing that we could also fail. It is by following this mantra that Hervé, mountaineer and writer, has shaped his life, instinctively aimed at discovery and adventure in the mountains.

In Hervé's conferences you will not find the obvious exaltation of a champion of the extreme, rather what lies behind the activity of mountaineering, where the courage of decisions is always intertwined with fragility and fear; on the wall as in life.

The author: Hervé Barmasse.
Hervé Barmasse is an alpinist and director of mountain films. Alpine guide of the Matterhorn for four generations, his name is linked to important ascents made all over the world, from the Alps to Patagonia, from China to Pakistan. On his home mountain, the Matterhorn, Hervé left his mark in an incisive way until he became the mountaineer who, among new routes, first winter climbs and first solo climbs, made the most exploits.

In 2017 he became the protagonist of an exemplary ascension in the Himalayas by climbing the South Face of Shisha Pangma 8027m in an alpine style in just 13 hours. The mountain inside published by Laterza is his first literary effort (May 2015), a book in which the mountaineer comes after the man who also faces extraordinary feats. In 2021 his second book, Cervino the legendary mountain published by Mondadori Electa in the Rizzoli illustrati series is a tribute to the mountain symbol of the Alps and of mountaineering.

Paid event: € 10.00.

Happiness barefoot.

Saturday 11 June 2022
🕘 08.30-9.30 am
📍 Municipal green space | Via Costa di Sopra - Erbusco (BS)

The practice of walking barefoot and conscious breathing: a workshop according to the HOT mind® method, an approach to psychophysical well-being developed by Andrea Bianchi, to tune in with the natural elements and with oneself, find a state of flow and reactivate energy and vitality.

The author: Andrea Bianchi.
Andrea Bianchi conducts barefoot walking workshops almost everywhere, from the Dolomites to the Via Francigena and is the reference point for barefoot hiking in Italy.

In 2017 he founded "The silence of the steps" (ilsilenziodeipassi.it), the first Italian school of barefoot hiking, which proposes the barefoot walk as a practice of psychophysical well-being accessible to all, to reconnect to the energies of the Earth but also to learning to become light and silent inwardly.

On 16 September 2018 - at Villa Welsperg, Primiero San Martino di Castrozza, in Trentino - he achieved the record for the longest single line in the world of barefoot people in the mountains, to promote a more respectful and conscious relationship with Nature.

A scholar and yoga practitioner, when he wears shoes he is an engineer and communication consultant, journalist, founder and editor of the online magazine MountainBlog, one of the most followed websites on the world of mountains and outdoor sports.

His latest book, released in 2020 by Vallardi, is The Cold Way to Happiness, of which the German-language edition for Lűbbe Life was published in March 2021. Previously he has published three books on the philosophy and benefits of walking barefoot in Nature: Con la Terra sotto iiedi (2018) for Mondadori, A barefoot (2017) and The silence of the steps (2016) both for Ediciclo.

Free event, outdoors and with limited numbers.
Online registrations are closed.

Practices of happiness: we train the body and mind - Workshop

Saturday 11 June 2022
🕘 10.00-11.00
📍 Municipal green space | Via Costa di Sopra - Erbusco (BS)

Taking care of yourself is the first practice of happiness. We will do this through simple and very effective techniques. Practices accessible to all.

> Meditation in Motion: frees our muscles from tension and produces the chemistry of well-being.

> Conscious Laughter: it lightens our mind and frees the molecules of happiness.

With Mara Quinto, wellness and happiness coach.

The teacher.
She has always been a great fan of everything related to well-being, starting from the physiology of the individual up to the psycho-emotional component. A health problem has led her to use physical movement in a conscious way to understand that body and mind are not two separate entities: they are an expression of our essence and our uniqueness.
Only if we can make these two dimensions communicate in a harmonious way, can we express our most intimate nature and give voice to the Soul.
Coach Mind, Hatha and Raja Yoga teacher, Teacher Laughter Yoga and Educational Yoga teacher.
Owner of Armonia Studio Motor Activities (Mira - Ve) since 1995 where she deals with the prevention and treatment of the spine in adulthood and development.

Comfortable clothing and a towel / mat is required.

Free event, outdoors and with limited numbers.

The Appalachian Lady and the Walking Women.

Saturday 11 June 2022
🕘 9.00pm-10.30pm
📍Borgo Pieve | Via Castello - Erbusco (BS)

The journey is woman: women on the way in Italy and in the world.
The numbers tell us that in Italy more and more women are walking the paths and trails. In recent years, after the Camino de Santiago, overtaking has also happened to us.

Ilaria Canali will tell us data that prove it, the result of the first research survey conducted on women on the way in March through the channels of the National Women on the Way Network. Beyond the data and numbers, she will tell us some stories of hikers, pilgrims and wayfarers. A compelling, choral and international storytelling that will reach from Italy to women on their way to America, starting from the incredible story of Emma Gatewood on the Appalachian Trail from the book "The Lady of the Appalachians" by Ben Montgomery, published by Terra di Mezzo.

The lady of the Appalachians.
3,300 km on foot across the United States: the incredible story of Emma Gatewood.

11 children, 23 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren, she set out on the most famous path in America with $ 200 in her pocket and a change of clothes.

She was 67 years old and was the first woman to walk the Appalachian Trail on the east coast of the United States alone, and the first person to have done so three times. The book "The Lady of the Appalachians" by Ben Montgomery, published by Terre di Mezzo, tells the story of her.

With Ilaria Canali, creator of the project of the National Women on the Way Network and the Girls in Gamba community, we talk about Emma Gatewood and the phenomenon of women on the way in Italy and around the world.

The numbers tell us that in Italy more and more women are walking the paths and trails; in recent years, after the Camino de Santiago, overtaking has also taken place here.

Ilaria Canali is about to publish the first Sentimental Guide to the Paths of Italy - For women who never stop (Altrigianato), the result of the first research survey conducted on women on the move.

The author: Ilaria Canali.
Communication, cultural promotion and training professional. Graduated in Cultural Anthropology at La Sapienza in Rome with a thesis on development cooperation and gender issues, she studied International Relations and Humanitarian Aid at the Free University of Brussels and in the NOHA European Commission program.

You have worked in communications in Brussels, Strasbourg and Freiburg for the Community Institutions, for the press of Italians abroad, and in Italy for the press office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

She loves to design innovative cultural projects and for the last ten years she has been involved in promoting the world of Italian paths; she was national councilor of Federtrek, she collaborated with Legambiente, Amodo, The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy, Earth Day Italy, the European Association of the Vie Francigene, Female Toponymy and numerous industry associations.

She has dealt with the promotion of important events dedicated to walks such as: National Walking Day, Appia Day, Earth Day, Women's Day on the Way, Girls in Leg Festival, Pilgrim Literary Relay, Periphery of Wonders, Smart Walking and Le Vie of Equality.

You write in various newspapers that deal with slow tourism, the environment, women and paths.

Free event, outdoors and with limited numbers.
Reservation required.

“Well-Being Laughing” - Workshop

Saturday 12 June 2021
🕘 9.00-10.30
📍Contadi Castaldi Winery, Via Colzano 32, Adro (BS)

Laughter heals the body, the mind and frees the soul. Laughter Yoga with Mara Quinto (International Laughter Yoga Ambassador, coach mind, Hatha and Raja Yoga teacher, Teacher Laughter Yoga and Educational Yoga teacher) to discover all the benefits of this practice that is capable of guaranteeing body and mental well-being and relational.

The teacher.
She has always been a great fan of everything related to well-being, starting from the physiology of the individual up to the psycho-emotional component. A health problem led him to use physical movement in a conscious way to understand that body and mind are not two separate entities: they are an expression of our essence and our uniqueness.
Only if we can make these two dimensions communicate in a harmonious way, can we express our most intimate nature and give voice to the Soul.
Coach Mind, Hatha and Raja Yoga teacher, Teacher Laughter Yoga and Educational Yoga teacher.
She has been the owner since 1995 of Armonia Studio Motor Activity (Mira - Ve) where she deals with prevention and treatment of the spine in adulthood and development.

Free event, outdoors and with limited numbers.
Reservation required.

Starting again, slowly from the paths.

Thursday 10 June 2021
🕘 21.00-22.30
📍Contadi Castaldi Winery, Via Colzano 32, Adro (BS)

BAREFOOT MORNING: AWAKENING WITH BARE FOOT - WORKSHOP

Saturday 12 June 2021
🕘 11.00-12.30
📍Contadi Castaldi Winery, Via Colzano 32, Adro (BS)

A workshop with Andrea Bianchi, founder of the first Italian school of Barefoot Hiking and author of several books on the subject (the latest “ The Cold Road to Happiness ” Ed. Vallardi).

We experience the effects of sensory awakening on the body and mind with a simple exercise routine : conceived and developed by the writer and barefooter Andrea Bianchi as part of his HOT mind method.

The Barefoot Morning is practiced barefoot , preferably on natural ground , and gives vitality, energy and good humor , as well as being a prerequisite for walking barefoot.

A simple and accessible practice to all , which performed daily in the morning can radically change the quality of our day!

 

The author: Andrea Bianchi.
Andrea Bianchi conducts barefoot walking workshops almost everywhere, from the Dolomites to the Via Francigena and is the reference point for barefoot hiking in Italy.

In 2017 he founded " The silence of the steps " (ilsilenziodeipassi.it), the first Italian school of barefoot hiking, which proposes the barefoot walk as a practice of psychophysical well-being accessible to all, to reconnect to the energies of the Earth but also to learning to become light and silent inwardly.

On 16 September 2018 - at Villa Welsperg, Primiero San Martino di Castrozza, in Trentino - he achieved the record for the longest single line in the world of barefoot people in the mountains, to promote a more respectful and conscious relationship with Nature.

A scholar and yoga practitioner, when he wears shoes he is an engineer and communication consultant, journalist, founder and editor of the online magazine MountainBlog, one of the most followed websites on the world of mountains and outdoor sports.

His latest book, released in 2020 by Vallardi, is The Cold Way to Happiness , of which the German-language edition for Lűbbe Life was published in March 2021.

Previously he has published three books on the philosophy and benefits of walking barefoot in Nature: Con la terra sotto iiedi (2018) for Mondadori, A barefoot (2017) and The silence of the steps (2016) both for Ediciclo.

Free event, outdoors and with limited numbers.
Reservation required.

It seems a paradox, yet it is precisely the restrictions linked to the pandemic that have contributed to giving an ever greater impetus to Italian journeys .

The reason is soon said: canceled exotic destinations and Aegean beaches, great capitals and distant adventures, little by little the Italians have begun to look around a stone's throw from home .

To discover that the network of paths and trails of our country is wide, varied and fascinating .

Those who prefer adventure, those who prefer spirituality, those who want to do little effort and those who love only the mountains: here 's how to choose the right path for their tastes and needs.

With Fabrizio Ardito , Roman journalist and photographer, walker and author of numerous guides, illustrated books and walkthrough reports for various publishers such as " To each his own path - Choosing a journey on foot in Italy " (Ediciclo) and " Italia a Piedi " ( Touring Club Italiano).

Moderated by Andrea Mattei , editor-in-chief of Gazzetta dello Sport and author of Ediciclo.

 

The author: Fabrizio Ardito.
Fabrizio Ardito is a Roman journalist and photographer of a certain age, passionate about geography and speleology; for about twenty years he has begun to love the great paths and historical streets, to which he has dedicated guides, illustrated books and reportages for various publishers.

Among the latest releases: Peregrinos and the photographic volume Cammini di Santiago (Italian Touring Club), Le vie di Francesco and How to survive the Camino de Santiago (Ediciclo), 111 churches in Rome that you really have to discover (Emons).

 

Free event, outdoors and with limited numbers.
Reservation required.

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