Re-Wildling For Wellness Forest Therapy

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EcoSuperior is proud to now be offering guided Forest Therapy Walks to Thunder Bay.

 Forest Therapy; also known as Forest Bathing and Shinrin-Yoku, is an evidence-based therapeutic practice that connects people to forest environments through gentle, sensory-based invitations. This practice typically runs for 2-4 hours and consists of a series of invitations following a standard flow model, which takes place in a forest, or another healing natural environments. Forest Therapy can be seen as a gateway practice into ‘re-wilding’ ourselves- nourishing us back to remembering our connection with the living landscape.


Proven Benefits

  • Reduces stress by lowering blood pressure, pulse rate, and cortisol levels
  • Improves mood
  • Boosts immunity,
  • Improves concentration,
  • Improves sleep,
  • Increases self-esteem,
  • Returns us to a sense of belonging.

Book Now

Interested in booking a guided session for you, your colleagues, students, friends, or family with one of our certified guides? We invite you to experience the benefits of this healing practice and immerse yourself in the sentience of the living forest, during a guided walk with sensory-based invitations to deepen your connections, year-round. Please contact one of our certified guides below to schedule a consultation. 

 

Certified Guides

Sue Hamel

executivedirector@ecosuperior.org
807 624 2145

Erin Moir              

erin@ecosuperior.org
627 2747

 

  Kelsey Agnew

   info@ecosuperior.org
   624 2140 

 

“This affinity for the natural world is fundamental to our health.” (Dr. Qing Li).

 

hanging out in nature

forest floor

guided nature collection activity