Forest Bathing Tours

Forest Bathing Tours

 

 

Forest Bating Tours,

What is it that feeds your soul? For me, spending time playing in nature, let me take you to the perfect place to reflect on your communication with your body, mind and spirit and help you open up to wholeness and grace. In the stillness of now familiar paths of ancient giants, I lead groups to intimately connect with their bodies. My intimate knowledge of this forest, allows me to guide participants to feel more peaceful and connected, more grounded and settled. Immersed in a practice of presence will led to a magical unfolding hidden in plain sight. I will help you notice the abundance of energy and life in the forest and how this practice can lead to peace and healing of the body.

A passion for nature and to inspire a collective response-ability to care for the land, led me to take Sustainable Community Development and a Masters in liberal Studies at Simon Fraser University. My curiosity led me to take courses that deepened my understanding of the crisis we face, and to co-create a radio program that speaks to the importance of attending to our collective responsibility of respectful coexistence. I am inviting you to journey into solitude and peaceful awareness.

Health Benefits of Forest Bathing  Health Benefits 

Meet new people, make a great memory and take with you the valuable art of forest bathing that will have long term positive impacts on the quality of your life.

Whats Included,

Guided teachings in forest bathing, healthy snacks.

Forest Bathing at Mundy Park,  Mundy Park is a beautiful community park located in Coquitlam, about 45 minutes east of Vancouver, the 178 hectare park is a rare urban forest. Community pathways offer an easy yet inspiring walk in the woods, the park has many trails and two lakes (Mundy and Lost Lake). As a temperate rainforest the park has a mix of deciduous woodland and coniferous trees. This habitat supports habitat for many birds, insects and mammal species.

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Forest Bathing at Lighthouse Park, West Vancouver. Lighthouse park covers 190 acres with rugged terrain and untouched rain-forest. The landmark Point Atkinson Lighthouse which gives the park its name is located at the outermost point of the peninsula. The present lighthouse was constructed in 1912 replacing an earlier lighthouse from 1875. The park’s gorgeous greenery includes rare first-growth Douglas fir trees, Western hemlock and Western red Cedar.

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The Reviews

I wanted to do something special for our first year anniversary and then I found this website, I sent over the audio of our wedding vows and Stuart mixed them with some of my thoughts about our first year and then putting this a picture I picked out. It was the perfect gift that captured how I felt.

Steve Vancouver, BC

If you’re looking for a great place to get away and drown the noise inside your head and anxiety you feel, I recommend taking this tour! Stuart and his wife Sylvia were amazing. Not only could I breathe physically, but mentally as well. It was beautiful. The knowledge and history shared by Stuart and Sylvia was beautiful and insightful. I highly recommend, even if it’s for a once in a lifetime thing, or if you’d love to immerse yourself into nature!

Nikki Oceanside, CA

I was super impressed with the whole experience, Stuart called me up and gave me allot of one on one attention in helping me form my message. He then did the edits and put together a wonderful art piece I presented to my spouse for his birthday, he was really moved !

Dawn San Francisco, CA