Forest Bathing, or Shinrin-yoku, is the Japanese practice of going to the forest to receive mental and physical healing. It has been shown to reduce anger, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness. Forest plants emit essential wood oils and airborne chemicals to protect themselves from insects and decay. These aromas benefit humans as well. Join us at Prairie Pines Nature Preserve to participate in gently guided activities that engage your five senses and connect you to the energy of the natural world.
This is not a hike.
Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020
Prairie Pines Nature Preserve,
3100 North 112th, Lincoln, NE
(When you arrive at the entrance gate, turn off 112th on paved driveway.)
Course Number: LLLX-1342-OCFA
More information on how to register.
For more information, contact Nancy Holman at email@example.com; 402-437-2712; or 800-828-0072, ext. 2712.