I understand this is a late announcement, but my new day job has kept me from social media almost entirely. Please pass this on to anyone you think might be interested.
The American Cancer Society’s local HopeClub in Latham offers programs “for anyone whose life has been touched by cancer.”
This free evening presentation/experience includes dinner, so please RSVP to me and I will get the word to them you are joining us!
“The Forest is the therapist; the guide opens the door.”
An Introduction to Nature and Forest Therapy
Monday, June 5, 2017, 6 to 8 pm The HopeClub, One Penny Lane, Latham
Breathe with clouds, trees, water, flowers.
Come, live in the untamed world for a while.
Do you feel intuitively that being outdoors in nature can make you feel better or centers you?
Have you heard about Japanese shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing,” and wondered what it might be like to experience? Would you like to know more about this scientifically researched restorative practice and try it for yourself?
Diane Kavanaugh-Black, Nationally Certified Forest Therapy Guide, yoga instructor and local writer, will talk about what a Guided Forest Walk is, what it isn’t, and why you might participate in one! We’ll try it out with a short nature invitation and then together choose where Diane will lead a full Guided Walk this summer for HopeClub.