National grief awareness week grief forest bathing
What is forest bathing?
Shinrin Yoku was developed in 1982 by the director of Japan's Foresty Agency. It has been found that connecting with nature is a powerful healing balm. It helps to soothe the mind and body. In the west, Shinrin Yoku is known as forest bathing.
In this workshop, you will walk slowly through Salisbury Woodland Gardens. You will be encouraged to connect with the trees and plants. Slowing your mind down to connect to their spirits or essence however you wish to connect to the natural world.
Grieving doesn't have a timetable. It moves at its own speed, as does nature. Connecting with nature is a natural balm for the human, soul, spirit, that part that is greater than us.
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