Travel through the woods with a forest bathing guide and find peace amongst the trees. You will be guided along the trails and prompted to use your senses to experience nature in new ways! Connect to Earth and share your experiences over a cup of tea afterwards.
The Japanese practice Shinrin Yoku, commonly known as Forest Bathing, encourages us to slow down and fully immerse ourselves in nature. This highly sensory experience is accompanied by countless health benefits, including stress relief, lowered blood pressure, and heightened attention span.
This program will be limited to a maximum of 20 people. You must register to attend this event, but please only register if you plan to attend as registration will close when the 20-person limit is reached.
This program will be hosted partly out of doors, so please dress for the weather.
Participants will meet at Shaver’s Creek in the Silvi Classroom.