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Wild Results Forest Therapy Session
July 12 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm MDT
Feel the transformation within your body and mind as you discover the evidence-based benefits of nature. Among others, these benefits include reduced stress and anxiety, improved focus and memory, and enhanced feelings of happiness and belonging.
Anne will guide you on a slow outdoor walk providing mindfulness, self-regulation, and sensory awareness activities to enhance deeper connections to yourself, nature, and others. This experience is based on Nature-based Occupational Therapy and the Japanese wellness practice Shinrin-yoku, which is known as Forest Bathing.
This free event, courtesy of Anne Robillard, will be held at Sandy Beach Park and is limited to 12 people. Please note that the location was updated as of July 11! Attendees were notified by Anne via email.
Meet at the Sandy Beach Footbridge at 6:25 pm. Please dress appropriately for the weather. Bring a backpack with a drink and something to sit on, such as a camping foam seat or blanket.
To RSVP, visit www.wildresults.ca or contact Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or concerns. (On the Wild Results website, you will need to scroll down and click “Forest Therapy Wildcard Session | Calgary Ostomy” to book your session.)
About Wild Results
Wild Results is an outdoor, healthcare practice that fuses Nature-based Occupational Therapy and Forest Therapy based in Calgary, Alberta.
Founder and Therapist
Anne Robillard, MEd, BScOT, BA(PE)
Founder, Registered Occupational Therapist, Certified Forest Therapy Practitioner
Anne is a long-time member of the Calgary Ostomy Society!