Forest Bathing & Mindfulness at Corneille Bryan Native Garden of Lake Junaluska
If you’d like to learn about forest bathing or join others in a practice that you’ve already begun, we invite you to spend the morning with TrishAnn in the woodlands.
Come learn about the benefits of forest bathing and how combined with mindfulness, can give us a deeper connection with the natural world. We’ll spend some time discussing this practice, shinrin-yoku and the science behind immersing oneself in a forest or woodlands “bath”. Forest bathing invites healing energy into our being through nature therapy.
The experience will begin with guided breathwork, stretching, and twists (seated, no need for mats). As we prepare for our guided walk, we’ll practice mindfulness techniques. Forest bathing is an intentional guided walk in nature, while bringing awareness to the 5 senses. Come deepen your connection with nature and reap the scientifically proven benefits of the practice!
Wear comfy clothes and shoes. Bring a light rain jacket as we will continue with the event if it rains, but NOT if it is thundering and lightening.
Guided woodlands walk will be in the Corneille Bryan Native Garden at Lake Junaluska. We will meet at Lake Junaluska, parking at the gazebo across from entrance to the street Stuart Circle.
Spaces are limited; to save yours: 1) register via our class calendar – or 2) call 828.246.6570 – or 3) email email@example.com