About this Event
What is Forest Bathing you may ask?
Forest bathing is the practice of immersing yourself in nature in a mindful way, using your senses to derive a whole range of benefits for your physical, mental, emotional, and social health.
It is also known as Shinrin-yoku . 'Shinrin' means forest and 'Yoku' stands for bathing.
The guide’s role is to offer participants a slow paced, mindful walk experience that opens the senses through a series of nature-connected invitations. Research around the world is casting light on how spending time outdoors, and specifically in forests, makes us healthier.
Some holistic health benefits are:
- -Boosted immunity
- -Reduces stress-Improved mood
- -Improved mental health
- -Lowered blood pressure and heart rate
- -Improved sleep
- -Improved spiritual wellbeing...
Tina is looking forward to guiding this experience.
As you enter the park (small admission fee applies), Tina will meet you at the first large picnic pavilion on the left. There’s bathrooms available. She may take you to a different area of the park so please arrive 15 min early.
Please wear comfortable clothes and close toe shoes. Bring your rain gear, if rain is in the forecast. You may also want to bring a water bottle, bug spray, sunsceen and a hat.
Tina will provide some lightweight, portable stools for you to sit on. You may also bring a yoga mat to sit on or a towel.
Please message Tina if you have any questions at 407-758-5962
And into the forest I go to lose my mind and find my soul -John Muir
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Moss Park, Moss Park Road, Orlando, FL, USA, United States