Forest Therapy Walks
A Healing Sensory Immersion
Helping us get out of our heads
and into our bodies
Forest therapy is an international movement, which is also called shinrin-yoku or forest bathing.
There are many styles of forest therapy offered. For my practice, I try to be flexible and meet the needs of the participants.
I typically work with non-profits who use grant funding to offer these walks. There are other times, walks are offered through programming at state parks and gardens.
My favorite forest therapy walk is the one I am on. Each is different, because the partipants really "make" the walk special.
Walks are usually from 2 to 2.5 hours long. We immerse ourselves in our senses in whatever space we are in, be it a garden, park, forest, or meadow.
To experience a walk with me, please follow the link below.
These are the next walks that I will be offering locally.
If you would like to book a walk for a retreat or for a private party, please contact me through my email or Instagram @wildcommunion.
Forest Bathing Finder advertises the scheduled walks. Come join!