Forest Therapy Walk

Forest Therapy Walk

Mindfulness in the City Botanic Gardens

Oct

10

to

Oct

10

Region
Brisbane
Start
10:00 am
Finish
12:00 pm
Cost
Starting at $11.64
Contact
Kira
Email
kira@wellnatured.net
Web
https://wellnatured.net

You’re invited to spend some time peacefully immersed in nature at the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.

Whether you’ve been looking to try mindfulness for the first time or you are a seasoned meditator, this is your chance to experience the benefits of Forest Therapy. With a Guide, you will receive invitations to deepen your awareness of the natural elements around you and within you, thereby accessing the therapeutic effect of nature more fully.

We’ll wander slowly with space for quietness and inquiry over ~1.5 km in two hours. You don’t require any prior meditation experience or a high level of fitness. Your journey has been tailored to the trail and modified to manage any potential hazards, including having a COVID Safe Plan in place.

This is your calling. Slow down, tune in and reconnect with calmness in Brisbane’s natural beauty.

Where?
City Botanical Gardens, meeting in the Weeping Fig Avenue at the end closest to the public toilets
Find on Google Maps

When? Saturdays 10am-12pm

Bookings are essential.
Book on Eventbrite www.eventbrite.com.au/e/120152119223
Bookings close 24 hours before the walk

If you are feeling ill, do not attend this walk.

   

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