Highfield Hall & Gardens will host a “forest bathing” workshop and walk in Beebe Woods.
Carol Radford will lead this two hour session designed for dendrophiles (tree and forest lovers) who want to learn more about the Japanese art of shinrin-yoku. The workshop will include an introduction to forest bathing, listening to trees, an intentional walk, research on how forest bathing can improve our health, and a gratitude meditation.
- Participants must be prepared to walk for 30-45 minutes on a path into Beebe Woods.
- Dress appropriately for the weather. Closed toe shoes, long pants, bug spray, and a water bottle are recommended.
- The workshop will begin in the tent on the patio next to Highfield Hall rain or shine. In case of inclement weather the walk in Beebe Woods will be included at the discretion of the workshop leader.
Space is limited. Pre-registration required.
Register online today or give us a call at 508-495-1878, ext. 2
Cancellation Policy: We reserve the right to cancel any program due to low registration with full refund for any registered participant.
Carol earned her doctorate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education where she studied teacher development. She is a former teacher, university educator, and founder of Mentoring in Action, an organization dedicated to supporting teachers and their mentors. Carol is a certified yoga teacher and loves spending time with her favorite trees at Highfield Hall and Gardens.