Sensory Snowshoeing is a winter version of the wellness practice of Forest Bathing. Translated from the Japanese Shinrin-Yoku, it means immersing your senses in the atmosphere of nature.
Certified Forest Therapy Guide Suzanne Weirich will lead you on this relaxing journey, inviting you to recover from the stress of daily life. Research studies have shown that it can lower blood pressure and levels of the stress hormone cortisol, as well as improve our immune system’s ability to fight infection and cancer.
Find more information about Sensory Snowshoeing at adirondackriverwalking.com.