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Forest Therapy

Royal Botanical Gardens Cranbourne - Spring Program

Originating from Japan, Shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing,” is a preventative health practice that improves and strengthens mental and physical wellbeing. Recognised as a public health practice in Asia and Europe, Forest Therapy is gaining global acclaim as an evidence-based, cost-effective and natural remedy – a ‘green prescription’ for a healthier you.

You will learn simple nature connection, sensory and creative practices to help calm your mind. Other proven health benefits of Forest Therapy include boosted immune system, reduced stress levels, regulated pulse and blood pressure and better sleep. For exclusive group experiences, please email [email protected]

$35 for two-hour sessions.

  • Sunday 17 September
  • Sunday 15 October 
  • Sunday 19 November

Bookings essential. Meet at the Visitor Centre:

Presented by Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria and In My Nature and the International Nature and Forest Therapy Alliance (INFTA)

Various times
Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne
Education and workshops

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