Sara has been fortunate to call the small mountain town of Canmore, Alberta home for over a decade. She has worked as a French Immersion Teacher and at a Waldorf Inspired Outdoor School.
Sara is a member of the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy. She is an apprentice Forest Guide and has immense gratitude for mentorship from Amos and Caitlin.
Why join us on a Mindful Forest Walk?
- Your mind and body will slow down during a Mindful Forest Walk.
- Time in the forest is restorative.
- In Japan Shinrin Yoku or Forest Bathing is prescribed for people experiencing stress. Shinrin Yoku translates to “taking in the forest atmosphere”.
What does a Mindful Forest Walk involve?
- You will be guided through a series of invitations to tune your senses into the natural world.
- It is a mindfulness practice that happens in the forest.
- Please come prepared to be comfortable outside for 3 hours.
- We finish each walk with a tea ceremony.
What benefits might you receive as a gift from the forest during (and after) your Mindful Forest Walk?
- Restored focus and attention span
- Calmed nervous system
- Sense of awe and wonder
- Sense of gratitude
- Increased creativity and intuition