Mindful in Nature offers guided forest therapy walks and nature-based mindfulness experiences in Western Australia.
Take a guided walk in the forest to restore your sense of deep calm. Your guide helps you focus on slowing down and awakening your senses.
Mindful in Nature seeks to enrich people’s life through a combination of mindfulness training and building stronger connections with our natural environment.
Service TypesNature and wildlife
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
AccreditationAustralian Tourism Accreditation Sustainable Tourism Accreditation
From $45 to $80
Your forest therapy guide will take you on a journey to connect with your inner and outer nature through mindfulness, sensory exploration and slow movement. Relax, slow down, become present and connect with nature.
The group will gather in the parklands at Kings Park, one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner-city parks. Kings Park is a place of peacefulness and relaxation.
They will commence with some gentle movement of their bodies to prepare for a slow and gentle walk. You will be guided to engage your senses and tune it to the rhythms of nature using mindfulness meditation and gifts from nature.
Then, they will wander along the trails on a slow and gentle walk. The trails wind through protected bushland which provides a haven for native flora and fauna. The walk length is approximately 1.5 kilometres. Along the trail, your guide will offer you opportunities to experience a deeper connection with self and nature through a series of complimentary activities. Allowing you time to be still, to notice and to listen.
The forest therapy experience will conclude with a tea ceremony.