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Healing Trees

A Pocket Guide to Forest Bathing

Foreword by Amos Clifford
Published by Mandala Publishing
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Take a walk in the woods to find yourself. This book is intended as an easy approach to forest bathing, a concept that is now making its way into health and wellness practices. Part spiritual guide and part practitioner’s handbook, this accessible, practical, positivity-rich book is designed to be taken on every walk to encourage mindfulness, contentedness, and presence in the moment. Written in a beautiful, encouraging style by a highly qualified and mediagenic author, the book also contains amazing hand-drawn illustrations of forest scenes. 

About The Author

Ben Page is a Forest Therapy Guide, global advocate for the practice and the author of the soon to be released Healing Trees: A Pocket Guide to Forest Bathing. He is the founder of Shinrin Yoku LA and Integral Forest Bathing and has been guiding Forest Therapy walks since 2015. During his tenure as a trainer and mentor of guides, Ben has trained hundreds of guides around the world. From 2017-2020, he also served as the Director of Training for the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs, specializing in curriculum and pedagogical design. Since his practice began, Ben has been featured in such publications as Women’s Health, USA TODAY, Good Morning America, The Washington Post, and WebMD. Ben is also a co-founder of The Open School, Southern California’s only free democratic school. He holds a B.A. in religious studies from Carleton College and an M.A. in human development and social change from Pacific Oaks College.

City/state of residence: Los Angeles, CA
 

Product Details

  • Publisher: Mandala Publishing (June 29, 2021)
  • Length: 144 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781647224189

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Raves and Reviews

Healing Trees” reminds us how separated from the world, from nature, from the trees, we’ve become. His chapter on “Bodylessness” is especially good, as he says that the body is not a machine but “the experience of ourselves in nature, but because we do not identify with it, we have become numb and bodyless.” – Washington Post

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