What is Forest Therapy?
Forest Therapy (Shinrin-Yoku) is an outdoor nature therapy approach to improve mental health and wellbeing. Accessible and less clinical feeling, shown to have many positive health benefits.
Forest Therapy, also known as Shinrin-Yoku or Forest Bathing, is a form of nature therapy that involves spending time in forests for the purpose of improving mental and physical health. It involves a guided experience, taking you through mindfulness exercises and sensory experiences aimed at promoting relaxation, reducing stress, and increasing a sense of well-being.
Forest Therapy is a research-backed field of study showing multiple health benefits for people and the community. It is increasingly becoming acknowledged by governments and medical professionals around the world the importance of spending time in nature on our health and wellbeing. A growning number of countries now promoting "green prescriptions" (also termed "nature prescriptions") to alleviate mental health concerns and prevent illness.
Discover the health benefits of nature for yourself with our Yellow Gum Forest Therapy experience.
Immerse yourself in the peaceful surroundings of beautiful bush lands and lush forest. An invitation to slow down from the busy pace of everyday life and give back to yourself. Our guided experience will support you to ground yourself with the calming rhythms of nature, mindfully connect with your senses, reduce anxiety and promote a sense of wellbeing. Join us for a nurturing self-care experience that aims help you leave feeling refreshed and restored.
Reserve your spot now in our size limited upcoming walk. See our page on "Upcoming Experiences"