Forest Bathing Therapy is about deep meditation in the forest. There are documented health benefits! CREWC is an ideal location for development of this expertise in our area.
FIND OUT about Forest Therapy (Forest Bathing Therapy from the Japanese who developed this method) by attending the OPEN COMMUNITY MEETING to be held in the Carp Memorial Hall on August 7 from 6:30 to 8:30. (free)
TRY IT OUT for FREE: VOLUNTEER to be taken on a walk with a GUIDE TRAINEE. The walks will be held on Saturday August 12 . Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your name added to the list of volunteers. Provide us with your email and phone number and we will send you the details.
BECOME A CERTIFIED GUIDE:
CREWC is offering a program from the Association of Forest Therapy and Guides that provide this training all around the world. There are still a few spaces available for a one week intensive (August 6-13) and a monitored 6 months practicum for those interested becoming a certified Guide. For more information or to register visit natureandforesttherapy.org
For more information on staying with us at the FOREST RETREAT BED & BREAKFAST; Please call Ellie and she will guide you through the options.
We have four rooms in our new Bed and Breakfast that offer a wonderful sleep on organic mattresses with all cotton linens. There are two beds in each room. We also have some cabins and two prospector tents. The prices below include bed, breakfast and lunch for the entire workshop.
B&B single beds…two in a room: each person’s price is $125 CDN, per night.
or Ask us for more information on other accommodations available…
Dinner: You may wish to travel to one of the neighbouring villages or the city for dinners. We will provide you with information on options when you arrive. If you would like to eat with us, your dinner package would be $25CDN per night on a pre-booked basis.
Let Ellie know about any food intolerances or preferences. We use mostly organic and local foods and enjoy picking veg from our garden and wildcrafting in the forest. We are proud of our food which we prepare to nourish your body, to honour the planet and bring interest to those at the table.