Welcome to our Forest Bathing Retreat, where the serenity of the natural world meets the art of mindful rejuvenation. Nestled in the heart of pristine wilderness, our retreat offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the healing embrace of the forest.
About Forest Bathing
Forest Bathing, a practice rooted in Japanese Shinrin-Yoku, is a form of nature therapy that involves immersing oneself in the forest atmosphere. Ideal for anyone seeking relaxation and a deeper connection with nature, this practice is especially beneficial for those looking to reduce stress and enhance well-being. Engaging in Forest Bathing typically involves mindful walks, embracing the sights, sounds, and smells of the forest, often guided by experts to maximize the therapeutic benefits. Our Forest Bathing program takes place in the lush surroundings of Chiang Mai, Thailand, incorporating stays at the culturally rich Lisu Lodge and visits to the serene Araksa Tea Plantation, providing a unique blend of natural immersion and cultural experience.
- Welcome at Lisu Lodge
Your journey starts with a warm reception, dinner, and an introduction to Forest Bathing, complemented by deep relaxation.
- Morning Rejuvenation and Sensory Forest Bathing
The experience includes optional silent walks, invigorating yoga sessions, and Forest Bathing activities that focus on sound, smell, and taste, highlighted by a tea experience.
- Lunch in Nature and Artistic Exploration
Enjoy a unique lunch in a bamboo forest, followed by immersive Forest Bathing activities emphasizing touch and creative expression.
- Village Walk and Evening Reflections
A leisurely village walk to understand local culture, evening dinners, and optional reflective gatherings around a fire circle for shared experiences.
- Tea Garden Serenity and Insightful Closure
Conclude with a tranquil Forest Bathing session at Araksa Tea Garden, a reflective workshop on incorporating nature into daily life and a tea tasting experience.
Forester and Certified Forest Therapy Guide (Association of Nature and Forest Therapy) who loves to promote human-to-human, and human and nature relationships through forest bathing, experiencing nature both outside and inside.
She always believes that human beings are a part of mother nature. If we can reconnect with ourselves, we can also take care of the natural surroundings. And still believe that humans are the key factor of change because having a gentle relationship with nature can lead to change from the individual to the planetary level.
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