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January 15, 2019 26 min

Hannah McQuilkan is a qualified Naturopath, Medical Herbalist, Aromatherapist and Certified Forest Bathing Guide. Her Tree Mystic experiences have seeped in the culture and traditions of New Zealand and she seeks to learn and incorporate the many ancient practices of nature connection found in different cultures.

She creates Forest Bathing based events and experiences with the aim that all people create a deep and profound connection to nature.

She joins me today to talk all about Forest Therapy and how spending time in nature can improve health and wellbeing, what is nature deficit disorder how to recognise it and what to do about it, simple things we can do to reconnect with nature plus Hannah walks us through one of the epic forest bathing experiences

This is such a powerful reminder that achieving wellbeing really does start with being in sync with nature because everything is connected. 

For full show notes and resources head to mywellnesspie.com/forest-bathing.

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