Forest Therapy at Cranbourne Gardens
Originating from Japan, shinrin-yoku, or forest therapy, is a preventative health practice that immerses your senses in nature. This guided wellbeing experience will bolster your mental and physical health by reducing stress levels, regulating pulse and blood pressure and elevating your mood. The walk concludes with a Japanese inspired tea ceremony.
Recognised as a public health practice in Asia and Europe, forest therapy is gaining global acclaim as an evidence-based, cost-effective and natural remedy – a ‘green prescription’ for a healthier you. Take in the soothing native landscape at Cranbourne Gardens.
Presented by Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, In My Nature and the International Nature and Forest Therapy Alliance (INFTA).
This program has a COVIDSafe plan however it may be subject to changes in accordance with government restrictions.