Shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest, receiving the forest with all your senses. Connecting with nature, ‘Shinrin-yoku as a practice encourages the opening of our senses, it bridges the gap between us and the natural world…We remember we are part of the natural world…as we walk slowly through the forest, seeing, listening, smelling, tasting and touching, we bring our rhythms into step with nature.’
Duration 2.5 hours/gentle walk with lots of stops!
Bus Route 22
Guide Amanda Bond
Price: Free for Members; £5 for Non Members