Shinrin Yoku (Forest Bathing)


Spending time under the canopy of the trees; going for a slow walk using the senses to savour the woods. Be guided through a series of sensory exercises; finishing with a moment of relaxation and notice how you feel after. “ Have no particular place in mind to arrive at; other than in each step you make.”

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Dr Qing (Ching) Li describes Shinrin Yoku as being "..like a bridge. By opening our senses, it bridges the gap between us and the natural world. We may not travel very far on our forest walk but, in connecting us with Nature, Shinrin Yoku takes us all the way home to our true selves."

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A Sense & Savour Walk: Find a place in nature you love. Switch off the phone or be daring and leave it behind! If you do this with others; agree not to talk as you walk. You can share what you discovered and or felt after the walk.

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