June 9, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Abby Hoffman-Carlson

Immerse yourself in nature and experience the benefits of being fully present in the medicine of the forest.  This gentle forest therapy walk offers a rich experience in nature that can improve mood and provide relaxation.  Certified guides Julie and Joseph Breshears from Forest Therapy Pathways will guide you to use your senses to take in the healing environment of the arboretum.  Shinrin-yoku offers researched-based health benefits such as lowered blood pressure, decreased anxiety, and improved cognitive functioning.  Join us for this unique wellness activity to unwind and rejuvenate!

Participants must be preregistered by June 1st in order to receive necessary information to be prepared for the Shinrin-yoku experience.