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Restorative Forest Bathing

Forest bathing (a.k.a Shinrin-yoku) is a Japanese practice that started in 1982, to promote spending time in forested areas for the purpose of enhancing health, wellness and happiness. 

By slowing down and being aware of yourself and your surroundings, you gain a new sense of appreciation and fulfillment only nature can provide. 

This program engages all the senses with nature through a combination of suggested and self-guided activities.  Come slow life down and connect to the healing powers of nature.

+Details

Location: Bauza Cove Trail (Telegraph Cove, BC)
Level: Easy (flat terrain)
Duration: 1 hour
Distance: 1 km
Meeting spot: Trails parking lot (located beside wood shed in Telegraph Cove campground).
Cost: $30.00 per person

Activities are meant to fully engage all of the senses to embrace and connect with the nature around them. All activities are guided and optional, however participants will maximize their experience by being open to experience nature in multiple ways. This may include bare-foot walking, close encounters with nature, and sensory exploration.

+What to bring

  • Good walking shoes
  • Weather appropriate clothing (clothes you're not afraid to get dirty in)

+Waiver

All participants are required to fill out a waiver before the tour. Please CLICK HERE to sign a waiver form.