Date(s) - 10/17/2019
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Immerse yourself in nature and experience the benefits of being fully present in the medicine of the forest. This gentle three hour forest therapy walk offers a rich experience in nature that can improve mood and provide relaxation. Shinrin-yoku or forest therapy offers researched based health benefits such as lowered blood pressure, decreased anxiety, and improved cognitive functioning. This event will be lead by a guide in practicum with the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy.
The program fee is $20 per person. There must be at least 4 participants registered to host this event. Registration is required by October 15.
Note: Please come prepared by wearing comfortable walking shoes/boots and dress in layers appropriate for the temperature. The trails at Grant Park are hilly, uneven, and are easy to moderate in skill level. Please meet near the shelter at the main parking lot.
Bring a healthy snack and drinking water. You may find a small backpack useful. We will walk if there is light rain, so bring rain gear if showers are possible. Please no pets and this program is geared towards those 16 and up.
This event has been cancelled due to not enough participants registered. 10/16/19
Bookings are closed for this event.