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Could Forest Bathing Help?

Date: 11:45am - 12:45pm PDT September 26 Location: Diane Gregg Pavilion

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Diane Gregg Pavilion

Shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, is a practice centered on the healing and restorative properties that can come from immersion in the woods (no water or tubs involved; honest). Come learn more in this overview of the practice and take away some tips or how you can try it out for yourself in the year ahead. The session is indoors so you don’t have to worry about appropriate shoes.

This is a repeat lunchtime workshop the Ombuds, Valerie White, did on a hot smokey day in August when most folks weren’t around, and it’s open to all LC Community members.

For more information, contact valeriew@lclark.edu

Event Cost

free to LC community members
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