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Shinrin Yoku/Forest Bathing in Okutama

Slowing Down Amongst the River & Cedars

  • Starts May 31
  • 15米ドル
  • Online and various locations in Asia

Available spots

Service Description

FRIDAY, MAY 31st at 10am, meeting at Okutama Station Beautiful Okutama is well-known as a certified Shinrin Yoku/Japanese Forest Bathing location due to its high concentration of Japanese Cedar trees. Shinrin Yoku promotes the practice of slowing down mindfully while immersing in nature and this guided session will lead us near the rolling Nippara River and through the beautiful cedars of the area. We will cool down with our feet in the water and experience extraordinary views. Michelle will guide an immersive Shinrin yoku session that promotes slowing down through the use of sensory awareness invitations that can cultivate presence and mindfulness. No experience necessary, simply an open mind and a curiosity. Some of the terrain is uneven and will require good hiking or trail shoes. Tea will be included in the session. A group lunch at the station will follow, participants are responsible for purchasing their own lunch as lunch is not included in the session fee. ​ Limited to 5 participants. $15USD per person. ​ Group will meet at Okutama station at 10am and will walk to starting location together. Google Map to Okutama Station: ​ Email with any questions or concerns: When registering seek the date of May 31st in the calendar to access the program.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

No shows or cancellations within the 48-hour period before the event will not be refunded.

Contact Details

  • Tokyo, Japan

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