Introduction to Forest Bathing
Jul
13
10:00 am10:00

Introduction to Forest Bathing

‘Shinrin-Yoku’ is a Japanese term that translates as ‘taking in the atmosphere of the forest’ or is more widely known as ‘forest bathing’. This practice was developed in Japan in the 1980’s and involves walking slowly and mindfully through Nature to connect more deeply with your surroundings and receive the naturally healing benefits that Nature provides.

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The Art of Forest Bathing - In Nature & in your Home
Jun
8
10:00 am10:00

The Art of Forest Bathing - In Nature & in your Home

The term Forest Bathing has been translated from the Japanese Practice of Shinrin-Yoku. The meaning of both is; 'to take in, or bathe in, the atmosphere of the Forest' Since its invention in Japan in the 1980's there are now volumes of scientific evidence proving that being in Nature has significant measurable benefits for both physical and mental health.

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Vision Board Workshop
Sep
29
10:00 am10:00

Vision Board Workshop

Vision boards are not only fun to create… THEY WORK! 

Vision boards connect to your sub-concious by subliminally sending messages through positive images and words that then begin to effect change in your beliefs, emotions and actions and literally begin to draw these things to you. Sometimes very clearly and other times quite discreetly.

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Mind Spa - 2 Hour Session
Sep
1
4:00 pm16:00

Mind Spa - 2 Hour Session

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