Forest Blog

  • Becoming a Certified Forest Therapy Guide
    Over the last year or so, I’ve had quite a few people reach out to me inquiring what it’s like to be a certified forest therapy guide and what’s involved in becoming certified. Since this is a long post, I’ve broken it up into a handy table of contents you can come back and skip…
  • Embracing The Winter Solstice
    Most of us these days know that today is the Winter Solstice, or the first day of Winter. It is the shortest day of the year and the longest night of the year. For over hundreds of years many traditions, whether pagan or Christian, have grown, marking this date as a celebration of rebirth and…
  • Forest Bathing: The Cure For Disconnectedness
    My husband asked me what I was doing in my office, and I grumbled, “Trying to think of a blog topic.” Smiling he said, “I’ll do one for ya!” I thought he was joking and went about my work. Sure enough, a few hours later he emailed me a document which is provided below. I…
  • Quote of the Day – Autumn Quote by Albert Camus
    Autumn quote by Albert Camus Our quote of the day is about the lovely season of Autumn by Albert Camus. “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” How true this is. Many people see falling leaves as a symbol of letting go of issues and problems we face, but I love…
  • Quote of the Day – Courage by Maya Angelou
    Quote of the Day – Courage by Maya Angelou Our quote of the day is about courage from Maya Angelou. Of course there is a reason there are so many people who quote the brilliant writer and activist. She not only expressed such wisdom in her writing, but had magic in her words. That magic…

Subscribe

Sign up with your email address to receive news and updates.

You’ve successfully signed up! Check your email for details.

utm