The Ecological Landscape Alliance will hold a Forest Bathing 101: Tapping into Everyday Nature webinar on September 22nd from Noon to 1 pm
Join ELA for an interactive, meditative “stroll” guided by Judy Beaudette, who explains the history behind forest bathing (‘shinrin yoku’ in Japan), a research-based mindfulness practice that offers wellness through immersion in nature.
Evidence-based research links forest bathing to powerful health benefits, including reduced blood pressure and stress levels, a stronger immune system, improved sleep, better cognition, and higher energy levels.
During this webinar, you will have the chance to practice a few techniques and will leave with ways to weave forest bathing into your everyday life.
Participants are encouraged to bring something from nature and be ready to share insights with others.
This webinar is free for ELA members, $10 for non-members
To take part in this webinar, register at https://www.ecolandscaping.org/event/forest-bathing-101-tapping-into-everyday-nature/