24 Mar, 2019 to 24 Mar, 2019
Starting at 08:30AM


Sanjay van
Delhi, India



By : Mrs. Tanpreet Kaur Others : Ms. Monika Maheshwari


“There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.” - Rumi

Nature is a silent voice, a sacred resonance that connects what seems to be disconnected, but is only seemingly so because of our limited perception of reality. This voice reminds us what we have forgotten. It wakes us up when we have fallen asleep. It questions us when we have become complacent with our answers.

Nowadays, we spend up to 87% of our lives inside, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, though scientific studies demonstrate that contact with nature has significant benefits for our health. In Japan, the practice of Shinrin Yoku or Forest Bathing has become an accepted part of medical care. It is also catching up in the U.S., with an increasing number of people getting engaged in mindful walks through the forest.

We will be conducting a series of activities to engage your senses and connect you to the present moment, hone your intuition, and connect you to the natural world. Wash away some of the technology-induced stress of modern life and reconnect to nature. This profound practice draws from mindfulness, sensory awareness, and nature. You will engage all your senses through a series of invitations to bring you to the present moment.

We will conclude with a Tea ceremony and a snack.

Why you must attend this workshop?

The workshop will help you to:

  • Reduce your stress and anxiety

  • Improve your mood

  • Free up your creativity

  • Boost your immune system

  • Reduce high blood pressure

  • Accelerate your recovery from illness


Highlights of the workshop:

  1. Mindful Breathing

  2. Silent Walk

  3. Sunrise Gazing

  4. Connecting with Nature

  5. Tea Ceremony


Materials Needed:

  • Water Bottle

  • If someone is allergic to pollens kindly carry along prescribed anti-allergic medicines.

Kindly reach the location 15 minutes prior to the timing.

Blood pressure monitoring will be done before and after the session.

Note: Like any other therapeutic exercise, forest bathing will require multiple sessions. It should not be treated as a one-time treatment. Performing forest baths multiple times will improve your ability to heal.

About the organizers/facilitators

  • Tanpreet Kaur longing for healing, broke her 10 years well-settled corporate path of life. She got into the practice of Yoga not thinking of any professional scenarios connected with it but just for the sake of connecting with herself on a deeper level. She did her certification in Yoga from Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya which was set up in 1902. 

    She has been a keen follower of Maharishi Patanjali and believer of “Yogaschitta vrtti nirodhah”. She believes  Yoga has much more potential than just asanas. As per her Its a way of life we should all abide by for a better and positive health. Her idea of life is not to life forever but to create something that will. Join her if you have a similar spiritual longing cause its now or never.



  • Sanjay van , Delhi, India


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