Forest therapy walks in Kings ParkMindful in Nature offers guided forest therapy walks in various locations in Western Australia. Take a break from your daily routine and responsibilities and immerse yourself in nature on a forest therapy walk in Kings Park.

Forest therapy combines mindfulness techniques and the therapeutic benefits of being in nature. This can have a positive effect on your mood, stress level, concentration and creativity.

Mindful in Nature holds regular bookable walks in Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Take a guided walk to restore your sense of deep calm. Let your guide help you focus on slowing down, awakening your senses and connecting with nature.

Duration

Approximately two hours.

Operating hours

Walks run on select Saturdays, bookings are essential.

Accessibility

Walks are less than 2 km. Enclosed footwear, sunscreen, hat and water and backpack or shoulder bag needed.

Contact details

Website: www.mindfulforestbathing.com.au
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