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Please join us for a safely-distanced outdoor nature immersion experience to help ease the pain of grief and loss. This 90 minute session, led by certified yoga instructor Dallas Rising, is designed to help you tune into your senses. Enjoy both guided and silent portions to help you connect with nature as part of your healing from grief, trauma, or loss.
Participants should plan to dress in layers, bring a camping chair or other free-standing support so you have an option to sit, and a travel mug with a warm drink.
Space is limited to 5 participants. Register today to guarantee your space!
Scholarships available if unable to cover full registration fee.
Contact MNelson@FamilyMeans.org for more info.
Inspired by Japanese practice shinrin-yoku (a.k.a forest bathing or forest therapy), you will take part in a multi-sensory session. The instructor will encourage you to experience the sounds of rustling leaves, the feeling of gentle winds, and the sights of dappled autumn sun. Surrounded by natural beauty, you will take time to notice the details and find comfort in the simple restorative power of nature. Studies have shown immersion in the outdoors is a proven way to reduce stress hormone production, boost the immune system, and lower blood pressure; all of which help in your healing process.
FamilyMeans is a multi-service, nonprofit organization that was founded in 1963. We are funded by grants, donations, and client fees. FamilyMeans is headquartered in Stillwater, Minnesota, with branch offices located throughout the Twin Cities metro area, southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
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