Nature & Forest Therapy for Families, Couples and Individuals

Are you experiencing high levels of stress?

Spending too much time using technology?

Feeling disconnected from your authentic, ideal self?

Are you ready for a change, but don’t know where to start?

The whole world is experiencing change at an unprecedented level. These times can be unsettling at best, painful and earth shattering at worst – paradigm shifting if we are lucky.

I am a certified nature and forest therapy guide here to partner with you and the natural world to open doors allowing you to reconnect with your most authentic nature, access your organic intelligence and learn to look at daily challenges with creativity and compassion.

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Forest Bathing

Outdoor Life Coaching

Earth-Honoring Spiritual Practices

Creative Connections

Nature Therapy Walks

Forest Bathing
Nature Mandalas
Simplicity Saunters

Outdoor Life Coaching

Discovering your passion
Nurturing work/life balance
Goal Setting/Future Planning

Spiritual Care

Whole-life Integration
Personal Spiritual Practices
Grief Support 

“To be alive in this beautiful, self-organizing universe — to participate in the dance of life with senses to perceive it, lungs that breathe it, organs that draw nourishment from it — is a wonder beyond words.”

― Joanna Macy

What is Nature and Forest Therapy?

Forest Therapy is a practice that supports health and wellness through guided immersion in forests and other environments to promote the well-being of both people and the land. It is inspired by Shinrin-yoku, the Japanese practice of “Forest Bathing.”

In Forest Bathing, people spend time in forested areas to enhance health, wellness, and happiness. In Forest Therapy, people are guided through a clearly defined sequence of invitations to slow down, allow the senses to open, and experience the environment to deepen the reciprocal relationship between participants and the forest. This supports the wholeness and well-being of both.

These gentle walks in the forest are typically one- to two-kilometers long and fit for all ages and physical conditions. Invitations are open-ended. There is no expectation for what participants should experience or receive. Rather, participants spend time in silence, listening and feeling with a quiet and accepting presence. They become reconnected with their senses and their innate creative potential is tapped, which allows the imagination to awaken.

How can Nature Therapy support your wellbeing?

Forest Therapy provides a pathway for people to remember how to immerse themselves in nature to rest from all that consumes them in their daily lives.