- Apr 24 2021
- 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Live Audio Guided Forest Therapy Walk
Celebrate Earth Day 2021 with a Live Audio Guided Forest Therapy Walk. In this time of forced isolation it is important that we connect with nature, each other and ourselves.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone can join. All ages are welcome. Even bring your dog. Come alone or bring your family. Everyone is Welcome.
Find a spot outside your own home, in a park or a local trail. A place that feels good to you and where you can be for two hours. Front steps are a great place to start!
*If you can not leave your home, if you are in a city you can attend from inside.
How It Works – 3 EASY STEPS
- Download the free Zoom App to your phone – https://zoom.us/
- Make sure you have good reception, a fully charged phone so that you have enough battery for the two hour walk and earbuds or headphones if you wish.
- You’ll be sent a zoom link 1-hour before the virtual walk begins. At the time of the walk click the link and join the walk.
What Is the Cost?
This walk is free to attend.
About Forest Therapy
Forest therapy is a practice about well-being, health and healing. It’s also about relationship: being in relationship with the land, ourselves and each other. Attending a guided Forest-therapy/Forest-bathing program is an experienced not to be missed! The support of a facilitator gives us permission to slowdown, connect with our senses and allows for both group and individual time that truly enhances the experience.
Your Guide – Nadine Mazzola
Nadine is author of the award winning book “Forest Bathing with Your Dog”, a Certified Forest Therapy Guide and founder/director of New England Nature and Forest Therapy Consulting based in Massachusetts. Her book, “Forest Bathing with your Dog” combines the practice of forest therapy with our practice of walking our dogs and elevates the depth of both, Nadine’s training includes special knowledge in guiding people of all ages in Shinrin-Yoku, “Forest Bathing,” walks and the body of scientific knowledge demonstrating the benefits of spending time in nature as a wellness practice and an effective way to manage anxiety and stress. As a breast cancer survivor, practicing good self-care is Nadine’s most important guiding principle for herself. She has come to know the healing and support that nature can offer us through her own personal wellness journey.