Forest Bathing Retreat in Norway... Let the nature be the Therapist.

The Forest Bathing Retreat in Norway is our invitation for you to re-connect with your true self, nature and other human or non-human beings through guided immersion in the beautiful nature at the Norwegian Nøsen Yoga Retreat, a high-mountain lodge, surrounded by pristine lakes, meadows, waterfalls and forests. The program of the retreat is designed to help you opening your senses, getting naturally mindful, calm, connected, refreshed and renewed. Trained by the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy, the guides are trained to enhance sensory perception, facilitating connection with place, body, nature and the more-than-human world. They can help you to slow down, turn off the stream of habitual thinking and establish embodied contact with the present moment. They work in partnership with Nature and also have a function of a supportive witness, enabling participants to experience whatever the natural environment has to offer to them at the moment. The retreat is a real treat for anyone looking for more connection, focus, creativity and relaxation, boosting their immune system and improving their physical, mental and spiritual health at the same time. Learn more about the retreat here.

"Me and my husband both did have a great time connecting with nature, receiving so much insight from the forest. It deepened my love and gratitude for nature.
I did really enjoyed the way you guided us and kept us all very engaged for few hours long! Forest bathing (shinrinyoku) has been a part of my life already and it is something that I do very naturally when I go for a walk in nature, but doing it together with other people in a structure and sharing our experience was something really different. It was a new experience and I loved it! 
Thank you again for giving us such a meaningful time. We will definitely join your session again in near future!"

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