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Practice the art of Forest Bathing with us on Mindful Mondays. Similar to yoga and meditation, forest bathing can be practiced alone, though most people find that a guided experience will allow for a deeper and more enjoyable adventure! Gather with us in likeminded community to share in this gentle mindful outdoor practice and begin your week with an immersive and rejuvenating experience in nature. Adventure East will provide any equipment needed (snowshoes, spikes and poles) as well as hot beverages to warm your spirit!

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Temenos Forest

Located in Shutesbury MA, the forest is 70 acres of woodland filled with an abundance of wildlife. With trails ideal for mindful hiking and many sacred spaces including a rock labyrinth, Temenos is a wonderful location for immersive experiences.
This week's experience will include Fire Circle Practice.

Dates: February 27

Times: 10am

February 27

Trustees: Chesterfield Gorge

A Trustees property since 1929, Chesterfield Gorge is an historic landscape comprised of primarily forested land and a 1.5 – mile stretch of the Westfield River, which over time, carved the feature for which the property is named.
This week's experience theme will be: Lions and Lambs ~ Our Impermanent Nature

Dates: March 13

Times: 10am

March 13

Trustees Field Farm

Located in Williamstown, MA. The Field Farm property boasts more than 300 acres of open fields, woods, and wetlands with four miles of footpaths. Perfect for an idyllic day trip with views of Mt. Greylock, the landscape is both peaceful and memorable.

Dates: March 6

Times: 10am

March 6

Additional information regarding this experience

What's Included?

2-hour guided Forest Bathing experience with a naturalist

Snowshoes, spikes, and trekking poles

A tasty, warm beverage

What to Bring

Layers appropriate to the temperatures (hat, gloves, insulating layers)

Warm hiking boots and thick socks (extra pair)

Plenty of drinking water and some snacks