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Cancer Survival Series: Shinrin Yoku (Forest Bathing) – Developing a Nature Connection

 04/20/2019  |  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  Shanahan Ridge / Lehigh

Wellness & Wonder

Join us to learn some of the restorative practices of Shinrin Yoku, the Japanese art of immersing yourself in the atmosphere of a forest. We’ll take a moment to unplug, relax, and connect with the land, trees, and ecosystems of OSMP to heal and add value to our lives. Please bring layers appropriate for the weather and 1L of water. Meet at the Lehigh Street entrance to Shanahan Ridge (map search 1903 Lehigh in Boulder, where Lehigh and Lafayette Streets intersect). Parking is available along the street, and it’s also served by the southbound SKIP bus. We encourage you to use public transportation! Check out this article in 5280 Magazine about a forest bathing experience with Boulder’s Recreation Coordinator: *** Cancer Survival Series: Nature is Healing Every Saturday from March 30th - April 27th, 10am-12pm Join Live by Living and OSMP to experience the benefits of time outdoors. In this series we’ll explore how getting outside and in nature can help with reducing pain, social isolation, and many of the effects of surviving cancer. This program is geared towards anyone impacted by cancer. Sign up for one or all of these great opportunities to help you heal with deepening a connection to the natural world.

Minimum Participants: 1
Maximum Participants: 45

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