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Nature Immersions

"Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet." - Thich Nhat Hanh

Walk with Megan and enjoy the benefits of a guided sensory immersion in nature. With a focus on awareness of breath, body, and connection, Megan guides you through a series of invitations to notice nature through the senses. Each invitation is crafted to allow for simple human to nature connections, communication, and creativity.

An immersion is approximately 2-3 hours in duration and covers 1km of distance on the land.


What to expect on a guided nature immersion:

  • A calm and relaxing experience among the trees
  • A feeling of restored balance and connection
  • An introduction to the Japanese practice of forest bathing known as Shinrin-yoku


Benefits of forest bathing and nature therapy:

  • Nervous system regulation
  • Deeper awareness of breath, body, and beings in nature
  • Regulated heart rate
  • Reduced stress


Benefits of group immersions:

  • Sharing experiences of connection
  • Learning about reciprocity with other beings
  • Learning how to hold space for others
  • Enhancing meaningful conversation

An introduction to forest therapy

Why do I need a certified guide?

A certified forest therapy guide is trained to facilitate slow and mindful walks in nature. Guides are familiar with the trails, have Wilderness First Aid certification, and open the doors for each participant to have a safe and sensory experience.

From the guided experience, participants will gain a restored feeling of love and respect for the land, along with a series of sensory invitations to practice at home.

In 2022, Megan received her nature and forest therapy certification from The Association of Nature and Forest Therapy. (

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Get grounded

“By focusing on my senses, it helped me get grounded on my forest walk and reminded me of the vast energy and support at my fingertips while releasing stresses of daily life.”



“If someone has tried meditation or mindfulness and feels like “they can’t do it”, they should try a forest therapy walk.“



“Megan made me feel safe and cared for on the forest therapy walk. She offered prompts along the way to help me leave the bigger world behind to be truly present. I connected not only to nature but also to my deeper self.”



Together, we explore life on the path to authenticity through joy, kindness, courage and calmness.