Leave behind the stresses of the world and get in touch with the healing powers of nature. Join us for a 2.5-hour restorative immersion in nature, where you will be guided to connect through your senses to the natural world and to yourself.
On our mindful walk under the trees along the Agua Hedionda Creek in the beautiful Buena Vista Park, you will receive a series of invitations to slow down, open your senses, and experience the environment in ways that foster a feeling of wholeness and a deeper relationship with the natural world.
The healing energies of the natural world have been known for centuries. Forest bathing is a simple yet powerful way for us to remember, and tap into these healing powers that are readily available to us all. Forest bathing is based on the Japanese practice, “shinrin-yoku” which means “taking in the medicine or atmosphere of the forest”.
During our relaxing walk, you will experience the many benefits of forest bathing, including calming your nervous system, boosting your immunity and improving your mood. You will leave feeling uplifted, rejuvenated, and connected to yourself.
**What to bring:**
* A blanket or a cushion to sit on for our meditative practices
* Water so you can hydrate during our walk
**How to get here:**
From Shadowridge Dr., make left on Antigua Dr. See pictures below.
Antigua Dr. will take you into the park.
Once you are in the park, drive straight. We will meet at the picnic table located by the yellow gate at the end of the parking lot. See pictures below.