Wellness in the Wild
Tame Your Wild Mind
We live in a fast-paced society. Our bodies and minds are expected to process an unprecedented amount of information on a given day. As a result, our nervous systems are on overdrive and depression, anxiety, and obesity are on the rise. A return to nature is a key component to restoring our health and wellness. Nature-connection improves our blood pressure, heart rate, and combats disease while elevating our energy levels, creativity, and sense of well-being. It helps co-create our self-discovery and reflect our individual inherent truths, deepening our self-awareness.
Do you want to feel more grounded, wild, and happy?
Let me guide you into a calm space for more awareness, appreciation, and insight. Awaken your senses through contemplative and creative practices such as journal exercises, eco-art, signs and symbols, and mindful awareness.
Wellness Walks (Forest Bathing)
Forest Bathing, or Shinrin-yoku, is the Japanese tradition of mindfully interacting with the natural world. It was developed in Japan during the 1980’s in response to an increase in stress-related illnesses and has become a cornerstone of preventative health care and healing in Japanese medicine.
I will use exercises from this tradition to guide you into the healing power of the natural world.
Do not expect to get a physical “work out”, rather think of it as a playful interaction with nature. It is an opportunity to awaken your senses, develop your intuition, tap into your creative genius, and deeply relax. You will return feeling empowered and renewed.
Unplug. Connect. Rejuvenate.
Join me on an adventure into the Sawtooth mountains in Idaho. Immerse yourself into the wild as you rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit with the laughter of friends and tranquility of nature. Nourish yourself with organic food, Ayurveda body therapies, yoga, forest bathing, and more.
Jan 10-12, 2019- Winter Attunement with the Sawtooth Mountain Mamas. Contact Me for more information.
Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home. Wilderness is a necessity.
- John Muir