Bundanon

Forest Bathing Retreat

Stay at Bundanon for this exclusive retreat.

Bundanon is partnering with Experience Nature to offer a winter Forest Bathing Retreat. This retreat coincides with Bundanon’s new exhibition season featuring Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul, in conversation with a series of paintings by Yuin artist Uncle Ben Brown (Reuben Ernest Brown) and a new installation by Tim Georgeson and William Barton.

Integrating forest bathing (shinrin-yoku) practices with meditation and gentle yoga, you will spend time in the beautiful bushlands of this property and see the landscapes Arthur Boyd drew his inspiration from. This holistic wellness retreat is for anyone who has the desire to reset, rejuvenate, nourish, heal, transform or to just take a mini break from the busyness of the everyday.

Literally translated as ‘forest bathing’, the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku is based on a simple premise: immerse yourself in the forest, absorb its sights, sounds, and smells, and you will reap numerous psychological and physiological benefits. Facilitator Christie Little is a certified Nature Therapy Guide (Association of Nature and Forest Therapy, USA), a holistic psychotherapist, and an experienced retreat facilitator. Forest bathing is a great way to invite listening, healing, reflection and accepting into our environment in a low impact way. Learn how to find yourself in the company of trees or more succinctly master the practice of creating physical and psychological wellness through immersion in the natural environment during our two-night, three-day Forest Bathing Retreat.

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Cost

From $1550 (per person, twin share)

Location

Bundanon

Dates & Times
22/07/2022 - 24/07/2022 Bundanon
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Bundanon acknowledges the Wodi Wodi and the Yuin, of the South Coast region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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