There's no age limit when it comes to climbing trees or getting real mud on your face. Reconnecting with nature for wellness is forest therapy, an outcome of forest bathing. In the 1980's, the Japanese came up with the idea of Shinrin-Yoku or forest bathing, because the Japanese business class was suffering from stress, dis-ease and more.
Forests, woodlands, wetlands are healthy places to refresh, renew, and restore. Guided walks provide deeper connection experiences with nature. One of Wild Heart Nature Connection's unique offerings is coaching outdoors where you get support from a certified life coach and nature.
Wild Heart Nature Connection is run by Linda Lombardo, a certified forest therapy guide through the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs (ANFT), and a certified Master Naturalist through Quality Parks on Long Island, NY. Linda is also a certified life coach through the Coaches Training Institute (2001).