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Sat, Nov 18


Lake Ray Robert State Park

Forest Bathing in the pinewoods

Immerse Yourself in Nature's Embrace with a Guided Pinewoods Forest Bathing Experience!

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Forest Bathing in the pinewoods
Forest Bathing in the pinewoods

Time & Location

Nov 18, 2023, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Lake Ray Robert State Park , 100 P W 4137, Pilot Point, TX 76258, USA


About the event

Forest Bathing is a research-based practice supporting healing and wellness through immersion in forests and other natural environments. Immerse Yourself in Nature's Embrace guided by certified forest therapy guide, Laurence Turcios.

Meet: The Lost Pines Trail. Right on the left from the entrance (Note there is a $7 entrance/parking fee).

Who: Adults and mature youth due to the slow, therapeutic nature of the program.

What to expect: Step into beauty  on the Lost pines trail! We'll stroll a gentle mile together, surrounded by nature's beauty.

But this isn't just a walk; it's a chance to discover the incredible calming power of Forest Bathing. As your guide, I'll introduce you to this practice, leading you through a series of inviting experiences that will help you to  connect with nature, yourself, and the others participants.

After each of these  invitations, we'll pause to share about what we are noticing, deepening our connection with the world around us. And as the walk reaches its serene conclusion, we'll come together for a soothing tea and a snack.

Bring: Water, trail shoes, dress for the weather, wear insect repellent, and bring a sitting pad if preferred to ground.

Weather disclosure: If the weather does not allow us to have our event or recent weather has caused the trail to close, I will either relocate, reschedule or refund your ticket price OR you can transfer to another date. Please check your email for any updates.


  • Nature and Forest Bathing

    This ticket includes a cup of herbal tea and a snack. This ticket does not include State Park's $7 parking/entrance fees. No Fees if you have a Texas State Park annual Pass.

    +$0.63 service fee
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