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Mayflower Inn & Spa Auberge
Washington, CT, USA
Nestled into rolling farmland and surrounded by 3,000 acres of nature preserve, this boutique hotel and spa offers a forest bathing walk. Guides take guests on a two-hour walk and encourage them to connect with nature through all of the senses. On the return trip, guests are invited to join a silent, walking meditation and, at the end, to share their experiences with the group.
Mohonk Mountain House
New Paltz, NY, USA
Founded by the Smiley Family in 1869, our Victorian castle resort is nestled in the Hudson Valley, the Mohonk Mountain House is only 90 miles north of New York City. Surrounded by 40,000 acres of pristine forest, our National Historic Landmark resort offers farm-to-table cuisine and an award-winning spa.
The Lodge at Woodloch
Hawley, PA, USA
This Poconos retreat is one of two resorts in the U.S. certified by the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy Guides and Programs. Each guide at Woodloch takes a different approach to forest bathing—some incorporate journaling, others utilize relaxation and breathing techniques—to offer a tailored experience for each guest.
Stowe, VT, USA
Throughout the summer, this ski resort offers a weekly Mindful Meditation class that begins in the studio, where guests are asked to leave their cell phones behind. The group starts with a meditation session before heading out into the woods to take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the forest. The class ends with breathing exercises in the woods and a final meditation in the studio. During the winter months, a similar class is held with snowshoes.
Walland, TN, USA
This luxury resort, tucked into the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, introduced its Deep Healing Woods program based on Japanese forest bathing research in 2014. The program includes active adventures in the woods, like an endurance hike and forest run, and mindful approaches that include yoga and meditation.
Rabun Gap, GA, USA
Experience the deep nature connection of Shinrin-Yoku, Japanese forest therapy (also called Forest Bathing), in the Hambidge forest. As one of the first artist communities in the U.S., the Hambidge Center has a distinguished history of supporting individual artists in a residency program. The Center was created in 1934 by Mary Hambidge, who established the artist enclave and sustainable farm in memory of her artist partner, Jay Hambidge.
Big Cedar Lodge
Ridgedale, Missouri 65739, USA
Guests at Big Cedar Lodge in the Ozarks can amble along the resort’s guided trail walks or take a forest bathing session that includes four yoga stops to work on strength, flexibility, balance, and breathwork.
L'Auberge De Sedona
Sedona, AZ, USA
Nestled within the Red Rocks of Sedona, on the outskirts of Coconino National Forest, this spa offers forest bathing sessions. Guests are led by a certified forest bathing guide on a gentle walk along Oak Creek, which includes a variety of sensory immersion exercises that encourage guests to smell, touch, and hear the forest around them. L’Auberge de Sedona is at the center of it all, inspired by this wondrous place and its power to create change.