Shinrin-Yoku or Forest Bathing as we westerners call it, originated in Japan.  It involves meandering in the forest for 45-60 minutes (or longer) to decrease stress, increase creativity and generally make us healthier and happier.  There is much research to support its practice.

Dates:        Fridays, September 8, 2017 AND September 22, 2017 (come to one or come to both)
Donation:   Pay if you desire
Time:          8:30 am - approx. 11:30 am
Meet:          at Eileen's home, 535 E. Woods Dr., Lititz, PA 17543 where we can arrange carpooling
                    CANCELLED only if it's raining hard and threatening storms!
Clothing:     Wear protective clothing (think insects, ticks, sun), layers, hat...and sturdy footwear (boots recommended)
Bring:           Water and a small snack to eat at the turn-around point

The destination will be Pumping Station, where we will walk on the Horseshoe Trail.  There will be some uphill but we'll meander (as stated above) and take our time.  I will explain the practice, guide you in some stretching, deep breathing, and meditation.

For questions, contact Eileen at (717) 627-4258 or
I hope you can join us.