Forest Therapy – Also called Shinrin Yoku or Forest Bathing, this gently-structured practice fuses spending slow time in woodland areas, nature exploration, and elements of mindfulness to promote presence, calm, well-being and innate natural healing. »»

Labyrinth Walking – Distinct from a maze, labyrinths have only one path to follow which allows the analytical thinking mind to slow and intuition to emerge. Called “walking meditation” and sometimes considered a “spiritual tool”, labyrinths have been found to cultivate peace, surrender and clarity on matters that weigh on us. »»

Breath-focused Yoga  – Yoga is more than a physical practice. With an emphasis on breath work and foundational postures, it opens the door to being more grounded, better connected with your body, mind and spirit, and more present with yourself. »»

Personality Insight – Understanding how you characteristically interact with people, and appreciating your similarities and differences with others, can make the difference between feeling in flow or swimming against the current whether at work, with family, in personal relationships, or any type of interpersonal communication. »»