Programs for Children
Designed to help children relax and restore in Nature so they may respond to stress more skillfully by learning to pay attention, make better choices, regulate their emotions and solve problems. In Nature, children may deactivate their nervous systems and open up to new challenges, learning and relationships.
Children embody animals in a story while practicing mindful tools such as breath-work and constructive rest to help them learn to self-regulate difficult emotions.
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Programs for Adults
Select Saturdays in February, 2-4pm, $39/session
Register by 5pm Friday, prior to event.
Location: Fernwood Botanical Gardens 13988 Range Line Road, Niles, MI 49120
Following gentle movement and guidance for your sensory walk, we will proceed down to the river where we will end with a seasonal reflective meditation in constructive rest.
See here or below for an introduction to the origins of the shinrin-yoku (forest bathing) practice in Japan.
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