Become a Shinrin-yoku Forest Bathing Guide September 1-5, 2014, Sonoma County (Northern California).
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Take a walk in the forest.
"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 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."
"I was able to slow down and enjoy the outdoors in a profound way – I was breathing deeply, my body and mind were relaxed."