Attend a “Forest Bathing” guided walk on Saturday, June 15th at 10:00am, with Sharon Lohse, RN, a forest guide trained at the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs, and celebrate the start of summer with relaxation, rejuvenation, and refreshment as you walk through the grounds of the beautiful Bucks County Audubon Society, 2877 Creamery Road, New Hope, and learn the art of Forest Therapy.
Forest Therapy is a gentle practice that involves moving very slowly and mindfully through nature, soaking it in with all of our senses.
It is a relaxing experience that connects people to natural environments through sensory-based invitations.
It is not hiking in the traditional sense. An entire walk is typically two-and-a-half hours in duration and often covers no more than a quarter mile distance.
In that short distance, most people experience contact with nature in a much deeper way than they ever have prior to the walk.
Peel the layers of stress away and support healing by experiencing the medicine of the forest during this relaxed and mindful guided wander.
You’ll do a series of relaxing and engaging activities to sharpen your senses, deepen nature connection, hone intuition, and connect with the natural world around us.
Admission is $30/per person. Register online at www.BCAS.org.