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It was not an herb walk and it was not a nature walk! It was not a “power walk” through nature, it was a way to become part of the nature-moment.
I was able to slow down and enjoy the outdoors in a profound way – I was breathing deeply, my body and mind were relaxed.
I had permission and time to observe and become part of the place – the sights, smells, sounds, touch and tastes saturated my core. I felt like I was taking in Forest Medicine.
Training for Shinrin-yoku guides, July 2013, Sugarloaf Ridge State Park and Point Reyes National Seashore, Sonoma and Marin Counties (Northern California). Space limited to 16 participants. More Information
Shinrin-yoku guides Amos Clifford and Lindsey Mitchell on Voice of Change Radio. Broadcast 10.31.13