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Shinrin Yoku is a Japanese meditative form of nature therapy that has been scientifically shown to benefit mental and physical health. The term translates to “taking in the forest atmosphere." Forest bathing is about being connected with nature. It involves immersing all your senses in a natural environment - frequently but not always a forested area - and experiencing the mindful Pleasure of Presence. The format involves structured periods of slow leisurely walking, sitting, standing, and sharing, all the while connecting with nature in a variety of ways through a series of experiential “invitations." When forest bathing, we take pleasure and delight in experiencing the natural world through our senses and explore our relationship with it through observation, imagination, and feeling.
Bill Hebbert, your certified forest bathing guide, will be offering these walks every week during the Greenway 15. To learn more about the Greenway 15 visit www.tiny.one/Greenway15
The forest bathing walks will take place 2:00pm-4:30pm every Wednesday from July 14th - October 13th. The locations will all take place at the Westabrook Trail in Milwaukee.
Details: The Westabrook Trail - Meet in the parking lot of the Holiday Inn Milwaukee Riverfront at 4700 N Port Washington Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53212. Drive through the parking lot towards the river to meet the group.
Bill's Cell Phone (in case you can't find the group!) - 414-698-3652
Please email Paige at email@example.com with any questions. If you can no longer attend, please email us to let us know so we can open your spot to someone else. Thank you!