Saturday, 13. October 2018, Ross Lodge / Whitnall Park, Forest Bathing - Oct 13

Forest bathing is a practice that helps us connect to the natural world and to our present moment experience, resulting in a variety of health benefits.
Wisconsin Forest Bathing (WIFB) provides guided walks to teach this practice and help people experience the richness of the natural world. Register here for this walk, or see the full list of other scheduled walks on our website here.
Walk led by Certified Guide: Bill Hebbert.
More practical details about the walks are included on our FAQs page.
More about forest bathing:
Forest bathing is about being connected with nature. It involves immersing all your senses in a natural environment - frequently but not always a forested area - and experiencing the mindful Pleasure of Presence.
The format involves structured periods of slow leisurely walking, sitting, standing, and sharing, all the while connecting with nature in a variety of ways through a series of experiential “invitations”.
When forest bathing, we take pleasure and delight in experiencing the natural world through our senses and explore our relationship with it through observation, imagination, and feeling.

Forest Bathing - Oct 13

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