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Nature is the therapist. Guides help to open the doors.

This practice is known as forest bathing, shinrin yoku, or forest or nature therapy.

It is a wellbeing practice that is very low impact, no strenuous hiking, and no actual bathing! 

With a focus on slowing down and awakening the senses, this restorative wellness practice involves a series of guided invitations to help relax, slow down, become present and make contact with nature. The experience invites room for listening, healing and reflection, for quiet and accepting presence, and for inquiry through all the senses, in a non-judgmental setting.

Simply being out in nature provides a healing, grounded and connective experience. The practice of forest bathing fosters a deeper more intentional connection with nature, ourselves and others. 

If you are overwhelmed by the noise and 'busyness' of modern life, then this will help to de-stress, relax, restore and reconnect.

Our certified guides combine all these elements, and ensure the experience is safe and supported. 

Each experience lasts 2.5 - 3 hours, and goes no more than a kilometre.

    LOCATIONS: Our guides work in a range of locations: around the Adelaide area of SA, in the Nambucca and Tintenbar regions of NSW, and in Tasmania.

    I felt as though I was seeing the world for the very first time, appreciating all the beauty in a moment-by-moment space. The raindrops on my face felt like kisses from heaven. My whole being felt light and connected. Wow what an experience!
    Forest Therapy is like learning the language of the forest, it has always been talking to us and now we have a way to open our ears and understand.
    Fully immerse yourself in nature and take a moment to breath and ground yourself. What a wonderful experience – gratitude abounds.
     
     Image: Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs

    Image: Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs