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Simply being present in the natural world with all our senses fully alive can have a remarkable healing effect. It can also awaken in us our relatively unused but deep and profound connection with all living things!

Forest bathing is a gentle guided walk, enabling you to relax and quieten your busy mind and connect deeply with nature and through that practice with yourself.

Come join Michelle van Mulken, a nature coach and ANFT Forest Therapy Guide in-training, on her organised introductions to the practice of Forest Therapy.

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Experiential Introduction to Nature and Forest Therapy

Simply being present in the natural world with all our senses fully alive can have a remarkable healing effect. It can also awaken in us our relatively unused but deep and profound connection with all living things! Come join Michelle van Mulken, a nature coach and ANFT Nature and Forest Therapy Guide in-training, on an experiential introduction to the practice of Nature and Forest Therapy. What is Nature and Forest Therapy?: Nature and Forest Therapy also known as “Shinrin-Yoku,” (Japanese for Forest Bathing) refers to the practice of spending time in forested or other areas in nature for the purpose of enhancing health, wellness, and happiness. It involves gentle guided walks with invitations along the way that will help deepen your connection with nature and with yourself. This however does not mean that Nature and Forest Therapy is a specifically Japanese practice. We mean spending time in nature in a way that invites healing interactions. There is a long tradition of this in cultures throughout the world and it’s not just about healing people, it includes healing for the forest (or river, or desert, or whatever natural environment you are in) and healing our relationship with the natural world. Cost: one time only free event Walking route & meeting point: The walk will take place in Maastricht. However the exact location of our walk and meeting point will be disclosed closer to the date as this will depend on the weather conditions. What to bring?: A good pair of comfortable walking shoes or walking sandals and enough water for yourself. If it’s a cold day, bring enough warm clothes. We will be in nature, which might include sitting on the ground, so please dress accordingly and please bring a plastic bag or something else that you can use as a sitting pad. The walk will still take place if there’s some light rain. An umbrella or poncho would be best in those conditions. If it’s raining heavily, we might have to reschedule our walk.

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