Forest Bathing Tours,
What is it that feeds your soul? For me, spending time playing in nature, let me take you to the perfect place to reflect on your communication with your body, mind and spirit and help you open up to wholeness and grace. In the stillness of now familiar paths of ancient giants, I lead groups to intimately connect with their bodies. My intimate knowledge of this forest, allows me to guide participants to feel more peaceful and connected, more grounded and settled. Immersed in a practice of presence will led to a magical unfolding hidden in plain sight. I will help you notice the abundance of energy and life in the forest and how this practice can lead to peace and healing of the body. A passion for nature and to inspire a collective response-ability to care for the land, led me to take Sustainable Community Development and a Masters in liberal Studies at Simon Fraser University. My curiosity led me to take courses that deepened my understanding of the crisis we face, and to co-create a radio program that speaks to the importance of attending to our collective responsibility of respectful coexistence. I am inviting you to journey into solitude and peaceful awareness.
Health Benefits of Forest Bathing Health Benefits
Meet new people, make a great memory and take with you the valuable art of forest bathing that will have long term positive impacts on the quality of your life.
Guided teachings in forest bathing, healthy snacks.
Forest Bathing at Mundy Park, Mundy Park is a beautiful community park located in Coquitlam, about 45 minutes east of Vancouver, the 178 hectare park is a rare urban forest. Community pathways offer an easy yet inspiring walk in the woods, the park has many trails and two lakes (Mundy and Lost Lake). As a temperate rainforest the park has a mix of deciduous woodland and coniferous trees. This habitat supports habitat for many birds, insects and mammal species.
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ANCIENT FOREST, WATERFALLS AND STUNNING VISTAS
Come join us on the Ancient Forest and Ocean Adventure , we will take a full day to explore the Sea to Sky Hwy coastal corridor starting with Lighthouse Park, this 75 hectare park includes rocky coastline, old growth forest with 70 m tall Douglas firs and western red cedars that are at least 500 years old. After a couple of hours at the park Forest Bathing and exploring we can continue on to Porteau Cover Provincial park for a healthy packed lunch.
After lunch and some beach-combing we will continue our journey to the Squamish for a coffee or tea at Caffe Garibaldi and a visit to the majestic Shannon Falls. Shannon Falls rises 335 metres above Highways 99, making it the third highest falls in the province.
We provide transit all day, activities and a packed lunch and memories to last a lifetime.