Harmony in Nature Forest Bathing Therapeutic Sessions

Harmony In Nature is run by Katie Robinson & Joanna Bristow-Watkins; both experienced & insured Forest Bathing+ Guides licensed by The Forest Bathing Institute.  Operating mainly in Woodland around the Surrey Hills and London SW20, they offer two-three hour public & private sessions. Read more about Forest Bathing with Harmony in Nature or listen to their Brooklands Radio Forest Bathing podcast interview with Jill Bennett (8½ mins).

Cannon Hill Common, London SW20 9DB

Price range : £35.00 to £300.00
£35.00

Forest Bathing+ Cannon Hill Common, London SW20 9DB

Forest Bathing sessions 2½ hours, £35*
*Please note, if you are booking after 2pm the day before an event, DO NOT assume there is space available. Text 07930 414525 before booking.
We have no public sessions scheduled but this site is available for private group bookings. Preferred timings for private bookings is 11-1.30, but other timings can be arranged.

Launched in August 2021, We hold Harmony in Nature therapeutic sessions in the London area at Cannon Hill Common, SW20 9DB near Wimbledon Chase, Raynes Park and Morden. The area is easily accessible by public transport.

Cannon Hill Common 2022:

This session will be calming and relaxing and FB+ has been scientifically proven beneficial therapeutic effects. You can learn more about the practice on our forest bathing section of the website.

Cannon Hill Common has several lovely ancient trees (likely over 200-300 years old) and some charming walkways under the canopy of woodland. We are confident that participants will experience therapeutic benefits from connecting mindfully in nature.

50% of the benefit from Forest Bathing is proven to come from the phytoncides emanating from trees when walking in an ambient forest environment. However, mindfulness has a separate evidence base for inducing a 'feel good factor' as well as demonstrating a reduction in stress and an improvement in mental health and wellbeing.

Your guide will share many interesting facts, for example, how trees communicate and the role they can play in our strengthening our immune system.

You will be required to complete and return the registration form in advance, so look out for the welcome email from your guide a few days before the event.  

DOGS: Regrettably we cannot accept dogs on our Forest Bathing+ sessions unless they are trained Guide Dogs.

INCLEMENT WEATHER: We operate in all weathers (we just request that you wear appropriate clothing) except winds exceeding 30mph and/or electrical storms due to safety reasons.

Location
Cannon Hill is located between the town centres Raynes Park and Morden in the ward of Cannon Hill in the south western corner of Merton. We will be meeting just inside the park by the entrance on Cannon Hill Lane (with picture notice board), opposite Cherrywood Lane.

Public Transport & Parking
Trains: The nearest railway stations are Raynes Park and Wimbledon Chase Stations. They are each about a 15 minute walk away.

Buses: The 413 bus runs regularly between Morden and Sutton, select bus stop J or H along Cannon Hill Lane by Cherrywood Lane.
Underground: Wimbledon and South Wimbledon Tube stations are both relatively near.
Parking: Free parking is available along Cannon Hill Lane, or alnong Cherrywood Lane, both by our meeting point and, also, in Joseph Hood Recreation Ground (also nearest toilets, although sometimes locked) accessed from Martin Way, Morden.

School hours friendly session (for parents with school age children), 11am - 1.30pm, £35 £36.75
You can book through the shop via bank transfer at £35 or £36.75 via Paypal
Thursday 7th July

Call us to discuss a private session or arranging a public session when you have a group of friends/colleagues available to join us. We also offer special sessions for corporates to offer their staff for wellbeing maintenance.

Many of our sessions are offered at school drop-off friendly timings to enable busy parents to savour some 'me time'. We can offer a closed session during term-time if we have 4-12 participants, and would be happy to pay 10% to any organising PTAs or social groups.