Forest Therapy Walk at Darebin Parklands 10th March 2024, 8am
More and more, people are discovering the proven health benefits of shinrin-yoku (forest therapy), healing through nature.
It has been proven that a 2.5 to 3 hour walk immersed in nature will:
- lower blood pressure,
- decrease cortisol levels
- improve your immune system, by increasing the number and activity of natural killer cells (our anti-cancer cells).
Research has also shown that forest therapy decreases depression, anxiety, anger, and fatigue while increasing your state of vigour and creativity!
Forest Therapy is the practice of reconnecting people with nature through their senses. Your guide skilfully invites you to immerse yourself into a number of sensory and creative activities, deepening a reciprocal relationship with nature. All you have to do is accept the invitation and allow nature to flow organically through your senses.
This experience is a beautiful, calming and beneficial way to spend a few hours of your time!
I would love to invite you to join us on Sunday, 10th March 2024. This will be an easy level walk for people of general fitness. You will also experience a lovely tea ceremony.
If the weather is too severe, you will receive a text the night before, cancelling the walk. All cancellations will have a credit to be used for future walks.
There will be a series of therapy walks in the coming months. Keep an eye out for future dates on my website: https://greenspacetherapy.com.au
Jo Hayes DC, Certified Forest Therapy Guide.
Founder - Green Space Therapy
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Travel east along Separation Street until you see the beautiful Darebin Parkland. We meet on the grassed area, just next to the amenities building.
Please bring a water bottle, hat, jacket (if wet weather), supportive walking or hiking shoes and some snacks. N.B. Please arrive in plenty of time as we need to start on time.