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Outdoor Forest Eco Retreat

Thursday 18 May 2023

1030 - 1530

Join Naomi from Doda Yoga and Sonya Dibbin from Adore Your Outdoors for a relaxing eco-friendly day of forest bathing, lunch and sound bath.


Location & Lunch

Hazel Hill is a lovingly managed conservation woodland and education centre located around seven miles from Salisbury.  The wood is owned and operated by Hazel Hill Trust, a registered charity formed in 2015.  The forest bathing will take place throughout the wonderful wilderness.  The sound bath and lunch will be taken outside either in the wide open sun or under the roundhouse.

One of the most tranquil, eco-friendly surroundings, devoid of phone signal, interruptions and noise.  Parking and compostable toilet available.

Fantastic grazing boards for lunch with plant based options available.


Your Guides

Naomi Hurst from Doda Yoga has practiced yoga for 17 years, she qualified as a teacher in the birthplace of Ashtanga, Mysore in India.  She also completed her 500 hour teacher qualification there.   She is also a qualified sound bath practitioner and her Sound Bath Sundays in Stockbridge, Hampshire are often fully booked months in advance!

Sonya Dibbin from Adore Your Outdoors lives her passion for a career.  She guides people Forest Bathing lending from nature to connect the participants with themselves and the forest.  She is an Earthwalk Leader, Mental Health First Aider, Meditation and Mindfulness Teacher as well as being a Forest Therapy Guide.  She has a Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling.


Sound Bath

A sound bath will take you on a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating journey as you fly on the sounds of the vibrating gong and soothing crystal singing bowls.

Naomi has a deep experience for taking her clients on their sound bath flight with many remarking that it is "the most relaxed I've felt in ages!"

There is no movement, you are free to lay down in any comfortable position, but we do recommend lying on your back to absorb the vibrations fully through your body and your ears.


Forest Bathing

Sonya Dibbin will lead the group Forest Bathing in the vast Hazel Hill wood. Best described as guided, outdoor mindfulness. It's a unique and immersive nature experience, first prescribed in Japan over 40 years ago to combat stress in the workplace.  With a mix of guided meditation, solo and paired nature-based activities and group reflection, it's easy to reconnect with your childlike sense of fun, fully embrace the wonder of nature and take a sense of peace and calm away with you


The healing power of nature and forest bathing is now reliably linked to positive long-term physiological and psychological health benefits, but bonding with it takes it a step further.

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