Forest Bathing Taster Experience
Forest Bathing is a Japanese wellbeing practice designed to help you to slow down, relax and appreciate the Nature that is around you. Also known as Shinrin Yoku, Forest Bathing
Forest Bathing is a Japanese wellbeing practice designed to help you to slow down, relax and appreciate the Nature that is around you. Also known as Shinrin Yoku, Forest Bathing is delivered through a series of mindfulness invitations that will help you to connect to nature for your wellbeing. It is a slow walk, that, rather than having a particular purpose, encourages you to submerge yourself in the wonders of the environment and not rush through Nature as we normally do. Shinrin Yoku literally translates as bathing in the atmosphere of the Forest.
Helen is passionate about facilitating nature connection for all. She is a fully trained Forest Bathing Guide through Nádúr Centre for Integrative Forest Therapy. She has a background in complementary therapies as a Homeopath.
For Helen: Nature guides me whilst bringing me peace, stillness and nourishment for my body, mind and soul.
Her Forest Bathing walks follow the University of Derby’s Five Pathways to Nature Connection – a research-based approach to Nature connection through the pathways of Senses, Beauty, Meaning, Emotion and Compassion. Forest bathing is supported by years of research from Japan, America and other parts of the world.