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Forest Bathing at the Hitchcock Center

June 5—9:00 am - 11:30 am

Sliding Scale

Come experience a guided Forest therapy walk with Todd Lynch, certified ANFT guide. Forest and Nature Therapy offers us the opportunity to slow down. It re-aligns our rhythms with the landscape, allowing our senses a respite from everyday demands and uncertainties. It’s a chance to remember our connections to nature and the joyful relationships that await us outside. This guided experience is not a hike or naturalist adventure, but an opportunity to slow down and allow our bodies to engage all of our senses. Please note that this is not “therapy” as commonly denoted in our culture, but an offering of a therapeutic way to be in nature. Guides are not trained clinicians; they hold the space to let the forest be the “therapist”.

What to Expect:
A leisurely walk of about a mile with stops along the way where we will gather and sit. We’ll all wear our masks when we gather together and the walk will be planned in a way to promote safe physical distancing of 6 feet or more between participants.

We will focus on our senses to develop an immediate connection with the forest. This is a very relaxed, slow, and mindful way of walking. The walk should last about 2-2.5 hours and we will finish with a gathering circle where we can share about our experiences.

with Todd Lynch
9:00-11:30am
Saturdays: May 8, May 22, and June 5
Sliding Scale: Tier A:$36 Tier B: $30 Tier C: $23 Tier D: $15 (for those EBT, WIC or Card to Culture benefits) OR All three classes A: $100  B: $80  C: $60  D: $40 Participants who sign up for all three classes will get a 10% discount.

Details

Date:
June 5
Time:
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Cost:
Sliding Scale
Event Category:
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