27 Nov
27 Nov

Wild Calm – Bathe in Hainault Forest

Come and spend time in Hainault Forest, engaging with it through your senses. We will be using methods developed on the basis of Japanese ‘forest bathing’ or shinrin-yoku. Research in Japan has found that spending quality time with the forest is very beneficial physically. It also has great emotional and psychological benefits, calming the mind by engagement with the forest through the body.

Your guide will be Monica Janowski, who is a guide in practicum with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy. Monica is a social anthropologist with more than 30 years of experience researching the relationship between indigenous people in Borneo and the rainforest in which they live.

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Event Address

Camelot Car Park
opposite the Miller and Carter on Manor Road

Event Times

StartWed 27th Nov @ 10:00am
EndWed 27th Nov @ 1:00pm

Additional Information

  • Booking is essential as places are limited.
  • Our walk will last about three hours. We will not walk far but we will hope to walk deep!
  • Suitable for adults only.
  • 10:00am - 1:00pm starting from the Camelot Car Park opposite the Miller and Carter on Manor Road, RM4 1NH