Shinrin Yoku Guide Training
The Mindful Tourist’s Shinrin Yoku Guide training in Japan is a unique and transformative experience. Participants learn the art of forest bathing and how to guide others in this practice, which is rooted in the tradition of Shinrin Yoku or forest therapy. The training takes place in the lush forests of Japan, where participants are immersed in nature and taught how to connect with the natural world on a deeper level. The guides are trained in the latest research and techniques in Shinrin Yoku and learn how to lead individuals through sensory awareness exercises and mindfulness practices that help to reduce stress and promote well-being. This training is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to connect with nature and gain the skills to guide others on their own Shinrin Yoku journey.
The Mindful Tourist’s 20-week online Shinrin Yoku Guide training is a comprehensive and interactive program designed to help individuals become certified Shinrin Yoku Guides. The training is not self-paced, but instead, participants attend live sessions with Milena Guziak as the lead instructor. During these weekly sessions, Milena shares her knowledge and expertise in Shinrin Yoku, and leads participants through various exercises and activities to deepen their understanding of this ancient practice. The online format allows individuals from all over the world to participate, making it accessible and convenient for those who are unable to travel to Japan for the in-person training. This 20-week program is an excellent opportunity for individuals who want to learn more about Shinrin Yoku and gain the skills necessary to guide others in this transformative practice. The live sessions with Milena provide participants with the support and guidance they need to succeed, and the online format allows for a flexible schedule and personalized learning experience.