Join us for a set of forest walks spread over 2 days and explore the many ways we can engage with nature to experience moments of deep calm, enhance our creativity and find greater clarity in facing life’s challenges. 

This program is meant for people who wish to know more about the healing abilities of forests and discover interesting techniques to bring their communities closer to nature.

Over the course of 2 days, we will learn a variety of forest games, exercises and meditations to reconnect with nature and ourselves. Participants will be introduced to a set of 6 structured walks which involve sense training, nature art, photography meditation, creative writing and mindfulness. We will also share the basic concepts and ideas in the practise of Shinrin-yoku, the Japanese form of forest therapy.


Upcoming Program

Date and Timing: 2nd and 3rd Feb 2019 | 9.30 am to 4.30 pm on both the days.
Venue: Malabar Hill, Mumbai (Sat. 2nd Feb)
Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivili, Mumbai (Sun. 3rd Feb)
*Attendance is compulsory on both the days. This program is primarily meant for walk leaders and is suitable for ages 18 and above.

In collaboration with: Journeys With Meaning

Contribution: Pay what suits you. Your training has been paid for, by previous participants. What you contribute pays for training other people.  Note: All participants must be willing to lead at-least 3 healing forest walks for their friends and family post the training. 

*We have a limited number of participants. To confirm your place, please register at this link:

REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS SESSION ARE NOW CLOSED.  To join our future sessions, you can subscribe to our blog.

**For specific enquiries you can write to us at: healingforest(dot)org(at)gmail(dot)com


Let us gather to learn what nature has to teach us.

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