Forest Therapy Walk – Canberra

Join us on Sunday the 17th March 2024 for a Forest Therapy Walk.

What is Forest Therapy?

Shinrin-yoku (Japanese Forest bathing) known in Australia as Forest Therapy is a preventative health practice that includes a guided, gentle slow walk in nature, using all of our senses to tune into the world around us.

Benefits of Forest Therapy:

“When we allow ourselves the time to be in nature, nature has the power to rejuvenate our health and wellbeing. When we take the opportunity to be in touch with nature we can more fully appreciate that we are part of all that is around us” (quote from Nature Being website).

The benefits of forest therapy can include: Lowered heart rate & blood pressure, positive mood improvement and a reduction in stress hormone levels.

Event Details:

Date: Sunday the 17th March 2024

Location: Belconnen, Canberra

Timing: Starting at 9am and concluding at approx. Noon.

Cost: A fee of $15pp is payable at the time of booking. Book your place now (Payment due at the time of booking) – Currently only taking Expressions of Interest.

This walk is limited to 8 participants so please register your interest via the link below.



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