Upcoming Public Walks and Workshops


Connection Forest Bathing Walk, April 9, 2pm – 4pm

Connect with the forest and connect with your inner self during this relaxing forest bathing walk, location TBD

$50.00


Forest Bathing Walk in Forest Park, May 17, 9am – 11am

Forest Park is an 5,200 acre urban forest with more than 80 miles of trails. Forest Park has hundreds of native wildlife and plant species, including the iconic trees of the Pacific Northwest: Douglas fir and western red cedar.

$50.00


Forest Bathing Walk on Suavie Island, May 25, 9am-11am

Connect with the birds and oaks of Sauvie Island during this early spring walk.

$50.00


Spring Exploration Walk, May 28, 2pm – 4pm

Spring is in full force in Forest Park, come connect and rejuvenate with the life in the forest.

$50.00


Welcome to June Walk, June 2, 9:00 – 11:00am

June is a beautiful time to connect to the trees and wildlife in Hoyt Arboretum. Join me as we celebrate the start of this beautiful month.

$50.00


Exciting new workshop – June 2022!
Reconnecting with Nature in the Modern Age: Using our Senses to Find Our Place in the Web of Life”?
  • Sunday, June 5, 2022
  • 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  • FutureNature LLC (map)
  • $100
This workshop is a collaboration between Andrea Kreiner of Red Cedar Forest Therapy and Tom Brown III of FutureNature.

We feel empty; we feel ill, but can put the finger on what’s wrong; we know there is something missing. Many people feel this void and think it can be filled with Money, Material possessions, or drugs and alcohol. We all crave peace, love, joy, and purpose. Our society teaches us that these things can be found in externals. In truth, the can only be found within.

What we are missing is connection, connection to the natural world around us. In this full day workshop, we will guide you through engaging your senses and learning to move in concert with the more than human world. We will share the philosophies behind nature connection and information from research on the health benefits of time spent in the forest. You will feel the pleasures of presence, learn to walk the way our ancestors did, moving with the ebb and flow of our surroundings, utilize wide-angle vision, and explore the more than human world through your senses. We will teach you skills and practices you can incorporate into your daily life to increase your well-being and feeling of connectedness. 


Forest Bathing Walk in Forest Park, June 13, 9am – 11am

Forest Park is an 5,200 acre urban forest with more than 80 miles of trails. Forest Park has hundreds of native wildlife and plant species, including the iconic trees of the Pacific Northwest: Douglas fir and western red cedar.

$50.00


Forest Bathing Walk, June 15, 10am – Noon

We will celebrate the start of spring during this walk at Newell Creek Canyon Nature Park in Oregon City.

$50.00


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