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When we feel connected to people and places, we feel a sense of belonging and wholeness. We feel ourselves truly alive and connected, in some indescribable way. Yet over thousands of years, human beings have gradually become mere onlookers - bystanders, not just to the glory and wonder of the natural world, but also to ourselves, our lives and our understanding of our place in the world. Yet there seems to be a gentle, yet unmistakable awakening happening. An increased desire to get out into nature. And whether we realise it’s a pull to find our way back to what it is we have lost, or not, doesn’t matter. Most important is the shift.
This one-hour talk will take you through the ancient wisdom and modern science of Shinrin-yoku to reveal the amazing healing and wellbeing benefits of trees, as well as exercises for you to take and try for yourself either in the city or in the countryside. There will also be a short Q&A session to give you the opportunity to get answers to questions which will help you find your way back to an easier way of living - one where you intrinsically know and understand your place in the world and how our connection with nature will bring you back to wholeness, happiness and a thriving, well-balanced life.
Your speakers for this enlightening talk will be Justine Clement, a city-based CEO turned Forest Bathing practitioner and Breathwork coach, who believes that in order to thrive, we need to reconnect with what and who we really are.
In this 60-minute webinar will explore:
- A short history of Shinrin-yoku in Japan
- The science behind Shinrin-yoku and how trees impact our physiology and psychology and have a positive effect on depression, anxiety, sleep issues and improve our mental clarity
- Biophilia – what is it and why does it matter?
- The importance of grounding in everyday life and how this will benefit your health
- The importance of awe and wonder
- Forest Bathing ‘Invitations’ what they are and how we use them to connect with trees and nature
- Forest Walk – lie down, relax, visualise