Nature Bathing

Outdoor Education to Support Optimal Well Being


Sociologists, environmentalists, and health professionals have dubbed modern Americans as “the indoor generation” based on studies that revealed how a quarter of all Americans spend all day inside. Those who do venture outside only spend, on average, 7% of their day doing so.

Inspired by the Japanese technique of Shinrin-Yoku, Nature Bathing is about spending time immersed in outdoor landscapes. Participate in one of our upcoming Nature Immersions to experience specific techniques that help you get the most out of what nature has to offer. These techniques can ease anxiety, insomnia, malaise, adrenal fatigue, high blood pressure, stress, and much more.


Events are Crafted to Support:

Clear Thinking & Feeling

Ability to Rest & Relax

Connection, Peace & Awareness




By Using All Your Senses in Intentional Ways

Upcoming events

Up the Richness in Your Life: Luxuriate in an immersive practice. In Nature.


March 12th, Forest:

Gillette’s Castle, East Haddam & Lyme: Parking Lot, by the Visitor’s Center

(67 River Rd, East Haddam)

March 19th, Waterfall:

Devil’s Hopyard, East Haddam: *Upper* Parking Lot

(Take Hopyard Rd to Foxtown Rd)  

March 26th, Lake:

Lake Pattaconk, Chester: Main Parking Lot, Right Side

(From Rte 148 Take Cedar Lake Road ~2 miles. Turn Left at the Pattaconk Lake Sign).


Tuesdays at 6:00 pm until about 7:00 pm


3-Class Series: $75

Single Class: $30


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The art of forest bathing is the art of connecting with nature through our senses. All we have to do is accept the invitation.
— Amos Clifford