Welcome to your Way Back Home! What if I told you there is a simple way back to your true self, authenticity, real connections, peace of mind, relaxation, improved health and well-being? A very simple yet profound way based on our human evolution and supported by modern scientific research, which can lead you to natural mindfulness through enhanced sensory perception and reconnecting with nature. Chances are, that you aren't
reading this by coincidence. Many people have been looking for something like this for quite some time already, in this stressful world ruled by to-do-lists, overwork, meetings and productivity apps. We suffer from chronic stress, can't
sleep well, have several health issues and deep down we know their cause: stress and what we call our modern lifestyle. How about if we can easily improve our energy levels and find more balance in our busy lives. How would it be to really slow down, get more focused and have a simple, accessible yet powerful tool to switch off the ever pondering monkey mind?
Well, there is a Way. And it will be a great pleasure for me to guide you through the first steps on your Way Back Home. How? Through Forest Therapy (aka shinrin yoku or forest bathing). Let the Forest be the Therapist. As a Forest Therapy Guide trained by the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy, I'll open the doors for you on your own unique Way Back Home. Read more about Forest Therapy and its benefits here and find practical information about guided walks here.
“I felt considerably more peaceful, less physically tense, and I noticed a sharpening and richening of my perceptions. I have noticed that I am thinking less agitatedly. It is a wonderful gift to be able to slow down and connect to nature. We were guided through the activities very gently and clearly, which helped a lot.”
"My husband and me both did have a great
time connecting with nature, receiving so much insight from the forest. It
deepened my love and gratitude for nature.
I really enjoyed the way you guided us and kept us all very engaged for few hours long! Forest bathing (shinrinyoku) has been a part of my life already and it is something that I do very naturally when I go for a walk in nature, but doing it together with other people in a structure and sharing our experience was something really different. It was a new experience and I loved it! Thank you again for giving us such a meaningful time. We will definitely join your session again in near future!"
Or contact me to plan a guided Shinrin-yoku walk for yourself or your group!
Between every two pine trees is a doorway leading to a new way of life. - John Muir