The forest knows where you are. You must let it find you.


We all know that being in nature feels good… and yet we often remain at the surface of this relationship. Forest bathing or Shinrin Yoku (or forest immersion) is a way of deepening our connection to nature and the forest. It is a modern take on an ancient way. It was originally researched and practiced in Japan, and is now shared all around the world. There are now hundreds of scientific studies showing us that being in the woods is much more than a pleasant thing to do. Here are some of the many benefits…

  • Reduces stress
  • Brings us into the present moment
  • Boosts immune system
  • Improves sleep and mood
  • Sparks creativity and reflection
  • Brings a sense of belonging
  • Connection and care for the natural world
  • Finding perspective and problem solving
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Join me on a Forest walk. Find out more here