Humans in Nature Wellness Services Inc. is pleased to offer custom programs to individuals, groups and businesses. Please contact us to discuss potential programs, events and retreats.
For programs open to the public, please see our upcoming events listed below. Our community events are also detailed on this page. New events are added regularly so check back in again soon!
Upcoming Public Events
Autumn Equinox Shinrin-Yoku
Huron Natural Area, Kitchener, ON
• Friday September 22, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
This program is now full. You are welcome to request to be added to the waitlist.
Celebrate the changing of the seasons with this evening walk led by a certified Nature and Forest Therapy Guide. The roots of this program stem from the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku, also known as “forest bathing”. This will be a gentle and mindful walk where we get to explore Huron Natural Area by twilight and observe the seasonal changes.
This program is for adults and is being offered free of charge in partnership with the City of Kitchener. Registration is required. To be added to the waitlist, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is open to Kitchener as well as non-Kitchener residents.
Past Public Events
6-Week Nature Therapy Immersion
Bechtel Park, Waterloo, ON
• Option 1: Wednesdays from 1:00pm-3:00pm starting Oct 12 and ending Nov 16
• Option 2: Thursdays from 10am to noon starting Oct 13 and ending Nov 17
Join Humans in Nature this fall for a 6-week nature therapy immersion experience. Nature therapy stems from the Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku, also known as “forest bathing”. It is the practice of spending time in nature with the purpose of enhancing health, wellness, and happiness. This six week program will help you experience new ways of interacting with the natural environment while you de-stress, rejuvenate and deepen your connection with nature. With the integration of mindfulness practices you will experience nature in new, wondrous ways. These walks have a slow, gentle pace with time spent as a group as well as independently. Come observe the seasons change and see all that the forest offers during this time of year.
Oct & Nov