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Bucks County Audubon 2021 Events
When: Every 4th Saturday of the Month beginning in March with a Spring Awakening walk and continuing through October
Time: See event signup page for event time.
Where: 2877 Creamery Road,
New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938
Glen Foerd 2021 Events
Glen Foerd is hosting monthly Forest Therapy Walks with Sharon beginning March 21, 2021. Come experience Glen Foerd's beautiful grounds while working towards personal healing. Take the opportunity to slow down and reconnect with your surroundings. Sharon will take you on a serene guided walk around the property, leaving you relaxed and refreshed.
To view dates and sign up, please click on the Sign Up link below.
Other Events in 2021
The Educated Wanderer Forest Therapy Walk
In conjunction with The Educated Wanderer, Sharon will be leading a Forest Therapy Walk at Glen Foerd as part of a one-day tour of the property on Sunday, October 3, 2021. For details and signup, please visit The Educated Wanderer website found here.
Sharon will be conducting a forest therapy walk at the Nurses in Nature Weekend Retreat.
Hosted and Facilitated by the AHNA Chapters:
Healing Nurses Through Compassion and Self-Care
Nurses in Nature Weekend Retreat
Friday, October 1st and Saturday, October 2nd, 2021
Located at: Innabah Camp and Retreat Center
712 Pughtown Rd., Spring City, PA 19475.
For more information click here!
Nature Therapy Walk: A Shinrin-yoku Experience at Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve
Sunday, October 24 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Nature Therapy Walks are a unique, immersive, slow-paced experience with proven health benefits. Inspired by the Japanese practice of forest bathing and led by a certified Nature and Forest Therapy Guide, you will explore the land of the Preserve and awaken your senses to its sounds, beings, textures, and beauty. This experience is different than a hike or naturalist walk. You will be invited to move slowly, wander, pause, observe and reflect. The emphasis is on unplugging, calming the mind, and engaging with the natural world. Many studies have shown that this type of experience in nature reduces stress, lowers cortisol levels and blood pressure, increases energy, enhances sleep, increases natural killer disease-fighting cells, and provides an overall sense of well-being.