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Woman Alone in Forest

Let nature reconnect you
to life in the present sense.

   The Practice
What is at the heart of forest therapy?

Forest therapy is a practice that helps people to rediscover and rebuild their relationships with the natural world through guided immersions in forests or other outdoor places. Forest therapy is more than just a walk in the woods—it's an opportunity to slow down, to be present, and to reconnect with nature through your senses, in any way that feels right for you.


  The Benefits
Why do we need to reconnect with nature?

A forest therapy walk is an intentional time to lean into nature, to rest and release the demands of daily living. And that’s critical in today's society, where growing numbers of people are experiencing stress, anxiety, chronic illness, and feelings of isolation. 

  The Experience
What happens on a forest therapy walk?

A forest therapy walk is not a hike or even a brisk walk. It's really more like a wander. There are no set expectations on a walk—just a series of guided invitations to explore nature in a slow and sensory way. It's often said that a forest therapy walk is about "getting here, not there."


“Take your busy heart to the art museum and the
chamber of commerce

but take it also to the forest.
The song you heard singing in the leaf when you
were a child
is singing still.”
                                      —Mary Oliver

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