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Forest Therapy in Porpoise Bay

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 Forest Therapy in Porpoise Bay

Meeting Location

Your Forest Guide will be beside the interpretive sign and the playground.

Price: $74.00/per adult

Location: Porpoise Bay
Duration: 1.5 hrs
Min/Max: 4 to 18 people
Multi-day: No

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Forest Bathing

Tour description: The forest is medicine.  Join us in our local forests for an afternoon of meditation as your forest therapist guide Haida shares her teachings and aligns you and your group of friends in nature with a series of forest wellness exercises. All by invitation, together you will create, experience and connect to nature and the mysticism and power of the rainforest.  This wellness tour is  not a hike, but a well guided wellness activity with invitations to connect deeply with nature and self. It is calming, nurturing and thus “opens the door” to the medicine of the forest, inviting you to interact with nature in various meaningful and healing ways.  This is a mindful, very moderately paced walk often stopping to connect to the forest with all your senses, which in turn creates a better connection with self.  The tour includes a snack and tea ceremony.   

Haida Bolton, BC’s First Certified Forest Therapy Guide and partners.

What to wear/bring: good walking shoes, appropriate layered clothing for the weather and a water bottle.

Who we are:  Talaysay Tours, owned by Candace and Larry Campo, Shíshálh (Sechelt) and Swx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) First Nation, offer you an enriched cultural outdoor experience.  Nature With Haida is an associate company. 

Tour:  Forest Therapy Walk, Stanley Park

Type of Tour:  Eco – Wellness Tour.  This program is a wellness program.  It is not an indigenous program.

Guide(s):  Haida Bolton, Nature With Haida and partners

Duration:  1.5 hrs. (Options for extended programs can be offered when requested in advance)

Rate:  $74.00 plus gst

Meeting location: Meet at Stanley Park Bus Loop (just off Pipelane Road). 

Map Link:  Forest Bathing - Stanley Park

Max/Min number of participants: 12/ Min: 4   Recommended Age:  16 and older.

Meeting Location in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park 


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