The Sleeping Giant Park Association invites you to experience Shinrin Yoku “forest bathing” at Sleeping Giant Park. The hike will be led by Dr. Jennifer Botwick, adjunct faculty at SCSU in the Dept. of Public Health teaching Stress Management, Wellness and Weight management, former clinical supervisor at UBCNM, and guest lecturer at UCONN Medical School and Quinnipiac College.
Shinrin Yoku, AKA Forest Bathing is a “gateway drug”; i.e. a gateway to nourishing our hearts and mind as we walk mindfully and in silence together. Nature is often seen as something outside of us, but we are Nature, in need of more green time and less screen time. Green time is an essential part of Naturopathic protocols to attain and maintain wellness. Forest Bathing is an accessible and affordable way to reap the benefits of what movement, fresh air and no electronic devices have to offer.
All hikers should bring water and have proper clothing and footwear for conditions. Children must be 16 or older. Sorry, no pets.
Additional details, including registration, is forthcoming. We generally begin accepting registration one month prior to the event’s start.