Sat, Jul 08|
Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center
The Naturepause - July session
Are you transitioning into menopause and looking for support? Try Nature and Forest therapy.
Time & Location
Jul 08, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center, 1206 FM1382, Cedar Hill, TX 75104, USA
About the event
The group meets once a week at differents nature preserves around Dallas to practice Nature and Forest therapy and to share about perimenopause and menopause challenges.
This Japanese practice of immersing yourself in nature helps to alleviate the hot flashes, anxiety, and depression associated with menopause. The peaceful atmosphere of the forest and the natural elements provide deep relaxation and a calming effect. Forest bathing also offers many other health benefits, such as improved sleep, better moods, enhanced cardiovascular health, and increased focus.
A typical session involves a guided walk through a natural environment. During the walk, participants are encouraged to take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the environment and to focus on their breathing and the sensations of their bodies. The goal is to slow down and become more mindful of the present moment. The session may also include activities such as meditation, yoga, and journaling.
The session culminates with a tea ceremony and a sharing circle to provide a safe and supportive environment for women to discuss their experiences with menopause.
Meet: At the visitor center.
Bring: Water, walking shoes, hat, dress for the weather, wear insect repellent, and bring a sitting pad if preferred to ground.
+$0.75 service fee
+$0.75 service fee0