Forest therapy is an ancient practice of being in relationship with the land. 

"The forest is the therapist. The guide opens the doors."

   - Amos Clifford, founder of the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy 

Forest therapy is a research-based  practice that helps you slow down, and connect with your senses, with yourself, and with your surroundings. Studies have shown forest therapy to have a broad range of health and wellness benefits, including reducing stress and improving mood and cognition, as well as improving cardiovascular and immunological functioning. 

Forest therapy involves a slow, guided walk in the woods - approximately 2h in winter and 3h in other seasons.