DESCRIPTION

Nature Therapy Walk with a Guide is around two hours long with many invitations along the way. Forest Therapy Is A Research-Based Framework For Supporting Healing And Wellness Through Immersion In Forests And Other Natural Environments. It is inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku, which translates to “forest bathing.” Studies have demonstrated a wide array of health benefits, especially in the cardiovascular and immune systems, and for stabilizing and improving mood and cognition. We build on those benefits and look beyond, to what happens when people remember that we are a part of nature, not separate from it, and are related to all other beings in fundamental ways.

You will be guided by a certified Forest Therapy Guide. The cost of the walk includes your guide and snacks.

If you are interested in a private group walk email us at [email protected]

WHAT'S INCLUDED?

Certified Forest Therapy Guide

Snacks

RECOMMENDATIONS

Wear comfortable clothes and footwear for hiking

We also recommend you bring sunscreen and plenty of water.

All Certified Forest Therapy Guide are Certified Wilderness First Aid

All registered participants must sign a waiver before arrival that includes safety and COVID-19 protocols. It will be sent via email after booking.

Trail and Meeting Point will also be sent after booking.

TIME

8:00am

LANGUAGE & TRAIL

DATETRAILLANGUAGE
January 7Quebrada GrandeEspañol

HOURS

4

Participants

3-15

DIFFICULTY

EASY

Michelle López Lorenzo

Michelle López Lorenzo currently centers life around one of her favorite places, El Yunque National Forest. She works as a field technician, mainly on tree-related studies, and seeks to promote knowledge of native and naturalized edible plants. As a certified Forest Therapy Guide, she facilitates opportunities for people to connect with the abundant Nature around us and within. Outside of the rainforest, she works little by little toward her dream of food sovereignty in Borikén (Puerto Rico) through small-scale agroecology practices and sustainable foraging. Ancestral plant knowledge, practices and connections are of her greatest hopes for the future.

Booking

$35.00

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Michelle López Lorenzo

Michelle López Lorenzo currently centers life around one of her favorite places, El Yunque National Forest. She works as a field technician, mainly on tree-related studies, and seeks to promote knowledge of native and naturalized edible plants. As a certified Forest Therapy Guide, she facilitates opportunities for people to connect with the abundant Nature around us and within. Outside of the rainforest, she works little by little toward her dream of food sovereignty in Borikén (Puerto Rico) through small-scale agroecology practices and sustainable foraging. Ancestral plant knowledge, practices and connections are of her greatest hopes for the future.

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