Shinrin Yoku in the city: an urban forest bathing experience
Shinrin Yoku/Forest Bathing originated in Japan as a stress-relieving, health-promoting, sensory-based immersion in nature. As developed in the U.S. by the Association for Nature and Forest Therapy, these easeful walks are led by guides who offer participants a series of invitations to slow down, de-tech, deepen their personal awarenesses, and engage in community and in reciprocity with the more-than-human world. This walk is an abbreviated introduction to the practice.
|Fri, Jul 26||5:30-7 pm||Streets of Buffalo (meet at Symphony Circle)|
|Sun, Jul 28||3-4:30 pm||Streets of Buffalo (meet at Symphony Circle)|