Shinrin Yoku, the Japanese practice of Forest Bathing, with Barbara Shields
Enjoy some tree love with Barbara Shields. Shinrin Yoku is the Japanese practice of Forest Bathing, sharing energy and mindful connection with trees. We’ll do some Qi Gong movements in the woodland, the ancient health practice that forms part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Literally translating to something like ‘energy work’, Qi Gong could be described as meditation in motion and helps to balance, destress and mobilise body and mind. With trees, double good.
Minimum donation £10, 12 places
All practitioners are donating their time for free, and funds from this event will be in support of the community crowdfunder to fund renewable technology to make our refurbishment of a derelict building low carbon for a greener future – for more information see www.spacehive.com/growingsudleyeco
All events and activities will be risk assessed and supervised by staff with DBS enhanced disclosure. We will operate under government guidance on covid, with measures in place to avoid spread. We are outdoors so there is no need to wear a mask unless you wish to, but we ask that households remain socially distanced.