What We Do:

Forest Bathing / Nature & Forest Therapy

“Forest Bathing” is a practice from Japan established in the 1980's called shinrin-yoku, which directly translates to forest-bath.

It is to bathe in the phytoncides (wood essential oils) of the forest for health and wellbeing.

Nature and Forest Therapy grew from the teachings of shinrin-yoku, however, the practice is slightly different: it is a relational practice of embodiement.

 It is about our reciprocal relationship with the more-than-human world. 

Forest Therapy helps to deepen our intimacy with the natural world and the natural self.

Our guided walks address both the physiological and psychological benefits of being in and with nature.

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GTA, Ontario, Canada