Spending so much time in isolation, indoors and attached to technology is leaving us feeling disconnected, from each other and even from ourselves. Our mental health and wellbeing are suffering but I passionately believe there is a way to heal that’s available to us all right now. 

Discover how connecting to nature can help you be your best you. Read on to find out more... 

Sonya Dibbin

Forest Therapy For Adults

A series of meditations to engage the senses, leading to a deeper connection to nature

Forest Therapy For Tots

Fun activities to foster nature connection with an introduction to meditation

Forest Therapy for Families

An opportunity for adult & child to bond through a shared sensory experience

Wellbeing in the Workplace

Available on request and tailored to your organisation’s needs

Forest Therapy

Forest Therapy is an evidence-based therapeutic practice that connects people to natural environments through gentle sensory based invitations

Modelled on the Japanese wellness practice of Shinrin-Yoku.

 

Nature Connection blog

 

A preventative medicine with healing benefits that are proven to last for several days, and much longer if practised regularly:   

  • Boosts emotional wellbeing
  • Essential oils emitted from trees boost the immune system
  • Lowers high blood pressure

 

  • Reduces levels of depression, anxiety and ADHD
  • Reduces levels of the stress hormone cortisol
  • Improves creativity, sleep, focus and memory. 

Blog on benefits

 

The president of the Japanese Society of Forest Medicine, Dr Qing Li, on forest bathing: 

"We are part of the natural world. By opening our senses, Shinrin-Yoku bridges the gap between us and the natural world. We can then experience the miracle of life and connect to something larger than ourselves. Nature takes our breath away and breathes new life into us”.

The above is taken from Dr Qing Li's book, "Into the Forest; how trees can help you find HEALTH and HAPPINESS", which is a fantastic read if you want to learn more. 


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