Here’s what people are saying about FOREST IMMERSION!
It’s hard to understand the benefits of taking time to be in the moment. I came into the forest stressing over my to do list, and left feeling calm and appreciative.
Kathleen is a gentle and devoted steward of the earth and forest therapy. She is patient and caring.
I have a new respect for the out of doors. I don’t just see the bugs flying at me. I see things differently.
Forest Therapy is so restorative. I feel deeply nurtured and refreshed.
This is a great way to slow down and nourish your soul. I’d rename it Forest Bathing Meditation.
I felt worlds away, just ten minutes from home. Great leader, knowledgeable, calm and friendly – well worth it!
One highlight of the walk was being with a grey milkweed pod. The invitations felt like doorways to real relationship, reality & understanding that all life is contiguous.
Kathleen is a remarkably gifted professional who utilizes her knowledge and passion for art to help learners understand more about themselves and the world around them. . . . she is a master teacher and artist who is essential to any staff having an inclination of appealing to multiple intelligences and who seriously believes in the utilization of the arts as a powerful learning tool. I have observed teachers in my role as principal for seven years and for ten years as a Kohl Fellow (Kohl Academy for Outstanding Educators). I would honestly place Kathleen on the “top ten” list.
Others Have Said:
Kathleen is a loving and patient guide. Delightful experience into self and soul.
There is an inner peace that can be cultivated by slowing down in nature . . . communing with nature gives a certain grounding needed in life.
It’s nature like you’ve never experienced it before. You’ll love it!
Peacefulness of nature is always available. This experience is an entry into sensory awareness and appreciation of the blessings of the forest and nature.
A good opportunity to take some time and reconnect with nature, a great way to connect with yourself – feel less stressed.
If you are looking for a nice way to disconnect from the stresses of the day-to-day, spend some time reflecting in the forest. It will leave you feeling relaxed and happy.
Come with an open mind and be prepared for a better understanding of how we are connected to the Earth.
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