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Forest Bathing...

Bathing your senses in the forest

for enhanced wellness.

          2023 Walk Links

June 1  Forest Blossoms Galore Walk

             6:30 p.m. PST

             Click for info & to register:

June 15  Learn Wildcrafting Tea Walk 

              6:30 p.m. PST

              Click for info & to register:

July 6      Cloud Chasing Forest Bathing Walk

               6:30 p.m. PST

               Click for info & to register:

July 20   Scavenger Hunt in the Forest

               6:30 pm PST

               Click for info & to register:

August 10 Finding Fractal Patterns in the Forest Repeated in


                 6:30 p.m. PST

                 Click for info & to register:

August 24  Art in the Etherial Forest  

                  6:30 p.m. PST

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Forest Bathing Walks

Available online or in person

Come experience nature up close.

See the green. Smell the crisp freshness. 

Hear the rustling of the leaves.

Feel the brush of the breeze against your face.

Have time to think.

Find that place of peace within.

Feel joy build inside you.

And when you leave, you'll carry it with you...

Come stroll with us. A certified Forest Therapy Guide will guide you through the forest, igniting your senses, reducing stress/anxiety, and increasing your connection gently to nature's wellness benefits. 

Your guide will be wildcrafting tea as we walk and sharing it with you at the end of the walk. You are welcome to also wildcraft as you walk.

Your time in nature is approximately one hour in length. It is not "hiking" and it is not "exercise". It's relaxation. You're invited to attend a tea sharing at the conclusion. The tea is brewed with items collected on the walk.

If you want to participate online, you simply register and then choose a location that's convenient for you. You can be in a green space indoors or outdoors. It's up to you. Your guide will lead you virtually from her location in the forest.

Come join us 

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A great deal of research has been completed regarding the benefits of spending time in nature. The results have shown that even a small amount of time in nature can have an impact on your health. Some people may experience:

  • Reduction in blood pressure

  • Lowering of stress indicators

  • Improvement in cardiovascular and metabolic health

  • Lower blood-sugar levels

  • Improvement in concentration and memory

  • Reduction of anxiety/depression

  • Improvement of pain thresholds

  • Improvement in energy levels

  • Boost of the immune system

  • Potential for increases in anti-cancer protein production

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