Forest Therapy is a mindful experience of slowing down and being in the moment. It is a blend of ancient traditions and modern research for supporting healing, wellness, and happiness through immersion in forests and other natural settings. It is inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku, which translates into Forest Bathing.
Forest Therapy is an open-ended practice that creates a different experience every time you go out in to nature. Each person will have their own unique experience, therefore, there are no expectations of what one "should" expect in experience or benefits. There is no right way or wrong way; just your way.
In a Forest Therapy walk, your guide takes you through a structured experience with clearly defined sequence of invitations. Guided walks are enriching because they incorporate both an individual and shared experience.