A guided Shinrin-yoku walk is full of nature and human connection helping you to relax, recharge your batteries, improve your moods and concentration, boost your immune system functioning, the felt experience of aliveness, slowing down the stream of habitual thinking, getting new insights, being naturally creative and bringing all of this with a big smile back home. The guide, trained by the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy, will help you slow down, get into your senses and out of the stream of habitual thinking, re-connect with your own body and support your experience while not disturbing it's own process. She will also facilitate very informal sharing circles where everything is welcome and nothing is mandatory. The Art of Shinrin-yoku is a profound way of deepening the connection with yourself, with others and with the more-than-human world which can be compared to the effects of a more-day trip in nature. More information: http://waybackhome.info/en/home PROGRAM 13.00-16.00 Guided Shinrin-yoku forest walk*, Forest tea & snacks in the forest
Kat is a Forest Therapy guide trained and certified by the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy. With Way Back Home, she provides shinrin-yoku forest walks, retreats and teambuilding arrangements. Her passion and element is to help people slow down and relax, while creating an enjoyable and inspiring atmosphere in the group, so that participants can boost their creativity, sharpen their focus, enhance mental clarity and connect to nature, their true self and others. In her guiding, she combines techniques of forest therapy with creativity of all kinds.
We'll share forest tea and healthy, delicious snacks.
Tea ceremony Snacks
We will walk in the diverse forest of Landgoed Huis te Maarn, a beautiful and peaceful location, well accessible and yet with all privacy to enjoy the forest.
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Due to weather conditions, a walk may occassionally be postponed to another day. In that case, participants receive an email with dates to choose from. There is a min.nr. of 3 participants.
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