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Wild Immersion Experiences
in Nature

Come on a Shinrin-yoku (Forest Bathing) experience to give your immunity a boost, calm your nervous system and learn how to connect more deeply with nature. Both you and the planet will certainly thank you for it.

Next Forest Bathing session announced shortly.

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Friendly and awe-inspiring Forest Bathing experiences in Surrey & beyond

Hello & welcome

I'm Justine from WonderWoods.

The idea of Forest Bathing is a simple one. The term is a direct translation of the Japanese practice known as Shinrin-yoku, meaning bathing in the forest atmosphere, or taking in the forest through our senses. It's one of the many incredible tools now available to help us connect back to nature and ultimately, back to ourselves.


Come with me on this journey.  You're welcome to sign up and read the free research, e-books and downloads I'll be creating. These won't just be about the forest, but will also delve into the many ways to live a more considerate, happier, more fulfilling and purposeful life. 


And if you want to try Shinrin-yoku for yourself, it can easily be done on your own, ideally giving yourself at least 2 hours for the experience to really take hold. Or come with me, on a wild immersion into the woods. Together, we'll explore this gentlest of environments that were once a much bigger part of our lives, now lost to almost all.


I promise you, it will reawaken your senses. It will bring back the magic in your life. 

 “If I could recommend only one thing for peace, for clearer thought, for wonderment – it would be forest bathing.” 


Shinrin-yoku is a forest walk is a chance to reconnect with our wilder, untamed natural selves that we've lost through domestication. The more time we spend in nature, the stronger this connection gets. 

 “Justine is a wise and wonderful guide”

"Overall, forest bathing can significantly influence cortisol levels over the short term in such a way as to reduce stress"

Antonelli, Barbieri and Donelli (2019)

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 “Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air”
-  Ralph Waldo Emerson