Forest Bathing - May 5th

Forest Bathing - May 5th


Imagine yourself in the midst of a forest. Let yourself simply BE. Breathe the aroma. Listen to the sounds. See the forest in all its wonder. Relax. Go slow. Discover. Connect.

This is Forest Bathing (known as Shinrin-yoku in Japan) and for some it represents the potential to improve health, heart and mind. Studies show that this type of connection with nature is restorative and healing.

Now imagine Forest Bathing at Wildwood. Here, the ancient trees drip with moss and the forest floor pops with new growth and energy. It is immediate; it is timeless; and it sustains through the seasons.

Join Michael Timney, our facilitator and registered clinical counsellor, in this experiential wellness practice with benefits that can be carried home with you.

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Michael is a self-taught Forest Bather who has been practising for three years. He holds a Masters in Education and works as a Registered Clinical Counsellor in Private Practise. He finds simple mindfulness practises and self-study techniques of clinical practise natural suited to Forest Bathing with a non-clinical population. Michael describes Forest Bathing as a “wellness practise.”