Forest Bathing: Japanese Practice of Shinrin Yoku

26sep2:00 pm4:00 pm Tagsclimate fringe weekForest Bathing: Japanese Practice of Shinrin Yoku2:00 pm - 4:00 pm OrganiserCallander Climate Fringe GroupEvent TypeWorkshop & Training

Event Details

The Japanese practice of Shinrin Yoku directly translates as forest shower/bath and doesn’t involve actual bathing. A facilitator leads participants on a planned journey through the forest to provide quality and safe experiences for deep immersion in nature. With 30 years of scientific studies, evidence shows that the practice provides numerous health benefits including positive effects on stress, blood pressure, anti-cancer cells, anxiety, fatigue, and general wellbeing which continues long after the experience.

If you feel the call of the forest, and are looking for a break away from the bustle of normal life, register now. We will be walking gently over uneven terrain and you must be fit enough and mobile enough to participate. Please wear weather appropriate clothing.

Meeting location and further instruction provided upon reservation.

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