Inspired by Shinrin-yoku, the Japanese practice of "Forest Bathing" supports health and wellness through immersion in natural environments. This experience will guide you through a sequence of invitations to slow down, and use your senses to interact with the natural world. Invitations are open-ended. There is no expectation for what participants should experience or receive, though often mentioned is a reduction in stress, as well as increased feelings of overall well-being, creativity, a sense of calm and stillness while also feeling more alive. This is not a hike or meditation, but best described as a slow meander. This experience is ideal for people who are comfortable traveling on uneven, unpaved terrain; though we can easily adapt for anyone with more limited mobility (fatigue, uneven gait, use of walker or cane).
- Oct 21, 2023
to Oct 21, 2023
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
- Session(s): 1; Saturday
- Fee: $50
North Seattle College requires all students to pay for parking on campus. Go here for more information.
Class will meet in the north parking lot on campus near the John Lewis Memorial Pedestrian Bridge.
- Number of Sessions: 1 NS - Off Campus - OC - Sa 10:00AM - 12:30PM