REDISCOVERING CONNECTION: A GUIDED FOREST THERAPY WALK
Mary Jane Yates
Inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku (translated as ‘forest bathing’), nature and forest therapy walks are designed to encourage you to slow down, focus on your senses, and experience the healing properties of forests and other natural areas. As a holistic practice, it is linked to traditions such as medicine walks and vision questing. The benefits of forest therapy include physiological (e.g., better sleep, enhanced immunity, lowered blood pressure); mental (increased focus, enhanced creativity, less anxiety); and psycho-spiritual (e.g., feeling more alive, more grateful, more connected). Join us for this
exciting opportunity to reconnect with nature and celebrate the coming of Fall!
Monday, September 23 (1:00 pm to 4:00 pm)
$35.00/person Event #13393 Register by: September 16