Flow foREST Therapy

Flow foREST Therapy offers slow restoring Guided Forest Therapy walks in Naarm/Melbourne and the Yarra Valley.

༄ Connect with yourself, others and the wild world;

༄ Experience simple practices for restful recovery; and

༄ Create ease and wellness.

Connect, Rest and Create wellness & wellbeing with Guided Forest Therapy.

Forest Therapy (also known as Shinrin Yoku and Forest Bathing) is an effective public health practice, with researched benefits including reduced stress, increased immune function and enhanced mental health.

Being in nature with a Certified Forest Therapy Guide FTG, provides a relaxing and refreshing experience. Guides work in partnership with nature, sharing gentle physical, sensory and creative practices. The experience invites space for quiet listening, reflection and inquiry through all the senses. You will be guided to move slowly, pause and sit, as nature unfolds around you. As a group, there is also the opportunity to connect and share your experiences with each other. 

The activities follow the standard set by the International Nature & Forest Therapy Alliance INFTA.

Flow foREST Therapy respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we gather, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, and their elders past present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing living culture of Aboriginal people.

Find your flow with nature’s slow.

Flow foREST Therapy offers slow restoring Guided Forest Therapy walks in Naarm/Melbourne and the Yarra Valley.

༄ Connect with yourself, others and the wild world;

༄ Experience simple practices for restful recovery; and

༄ Create ease and wellness.

Connect, Rest and Create wellness & wellbeing with Guided Forest Therapy.

Forest Therapy (also known as Shinrin Yoku and Forest Bathing) is an effective public health practice, with researched benefits including reduced stress, increased immune function and enhanced mental health.

Being in nature with a Certified Forest Therapy Guide FTG, provides a relaxing and refreshing experience. Guides work in partnership with nature, sharing gentle physical, sensory and creative practices. The experience invites space for quiet listening, reflection and inquiry through all the senses. You will be guided to move slowly, pause and sit, as nature unfolds around you. As a group, there is also the opportunity to connect and share your experiences with each other. 

The activities follow the standard set by the International Nature & Forest Therapy Alliance INFTA.

Flow foREST Therapy respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we gather, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, and their elders past present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing living culture of Aboriginal people.

Find your flow with nature’s slow.

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