Let's Get Outside to Get Inside!
Wait... what does that even mean?
Forest Therapy with A Little Zen offers a unique, holistic, nature-integrated approach to traditional counselling by takes traditional talk therapy and combining it with mindful movement, intentional breath-work, with sensational experiences of being outside in the forest and nature.
Experience how nature therapy (forest therapy) can provide you with tools to manage stressors and forge a deeper understanding and connection within yourself and the natural world around you.
By being in nature we can heighten our awareness through our senses and deepen our connection within ourselves.
While being in nature we can learn skills to increase our psychological flexibility to live a life well, even when there is pain.
These tools teach us how to live alongside of stressors and pain while living a life an authentic life with purpose.
At A Little Zen, we truly believe that sometimes we need to ‘get outside to get inside’.
Three 2.5 hr Saturday Sessions
Spring Dates Coming SOON!
Investment: $375 for the Spring Series
Three 2.5 hr facilitator led immersion experiences in the woods
Workbook to track your process, set goals, and support accountability
Access to guided audio and video practices for
skill development and personal growth
*all programs offered by A Little Zen may be covered by your extended health benefit program. Check with your provider for coverage for Social Work Services (RSW/MSW)
Forest Therapy with A Little Zen provides a unique and holistic approach to traditional talk therapy. Here at A Little Zen, we believe that sometimes we need to ‘get outside to get inside’. This nature integrated approach combines mindful movement and intentional breath with the traditional aspects of talk therapy, all while being fully immersed in the beauty of nature.
Exposure to nature can improve cognition, help individuals deal with anxiety and depression, and promote positive changes in mood and memory. Allowing ourselves to truly experience the forest lets us to become more present and alive. The sensations of the winds, the smells, the temperatures, and the mere presence of the forest draws us closer to the "here and now".