In this newest Mindfulness in Nature guided video, we’ll explore our experiences with water and observe opportunities to savor this resource, as a way to soothe and enhance mind/body health.
Category: Horticulture therapy and therapeutic horticulture, mind/body health, savoringTags: green spaces, guided exercise, health, mindfulness, nature, nature connection, nature prescription, nature therapy, pacific northwest, savoring, therapeutic horticulture, water sounds
How are you like a tree? A mountain? An ocean? What nourishes your soil? How do you know when you are depleted or in need of replenishment? Which seeds have you intentionally sowed in your lifetime – and which do you still long to… Continue Reading “Mindful writing with nature”
Category: Horticulture therapy and therapeutic horticulture, mind/body health, mindful writingTags: behavioral health, compassion, creative writing, expressive writing, gardening, health, horticulture, journaling, mind/body health, mindful writing, mindfulness, nature, nature connection, nature education, nature prescriptions, nature writing, personal growth, psychologist, resilience, self-care, self-compassion, storytelling, stress relief, therapeutic horticulture, wellness
I’ve written previously about vermicomposting and the value of cultivating a healthy worm system in your garden, but here are a few more resources I’ve come across in the past week. Plus, exploring the world of worms is a fun, family-friendly activity. And a… Continue Reading “Worms make the world go ’round”
Category: Food and family, Horticulture therapy and therapeutic horticulture, Mindful eatingTags: community gardens, creativity, families, family activities, gardening life, gardening with kids, healthy gardens, mindbody health, nature, nature connection, no child left inside, resilience, school gardens, stop motion animation, urban gardens, vermicomposting, wellness, worm bin, worms