Book Signing

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Forest Bathing Workshop with M. Amos Clifford

Jouvence Lodge in Winter

Monday - September 16, 2019
Book Signing
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Forest Bathing Workshop with M. Amos Clifford

Join M. Amos Clifford for a Forest Bathing workshop. Deeply encoded in our psyche is the awareness that comfort, peace, and healing can be found in a forest. The Japanese have a term for this: shinrin-yoku, or "forest bathing."

Who should attend
About the Venue:

The Bookworm

The Bookworm is the center for people gathering in Edwards. We host more than 50 events annually, plus hundreds of informal meetings and chats among friends and colleagues. We pride ourselves on the passion and professionalism of our staff and the quality of our service, and we strive to become indispensable to the locals and visitors in Eagle County. In 2017, the Bookworm celebrated its 20th anniversary!

Lodging
Meals
Schedule

The Japanese have long understood that being in a forest is to immerse oneself in grace and beauty and to feel the healing power that exists in the exhalations of the trees. Amos is a forest therapy guide, psychotherapist, restorative justice worker, and longtime Zen meditation practitioner.

His book, Your Guide to Forest Bathing, is a beautiful exploration of forest bathing and information on the medical and scientific evidence of its benefits. It's a guide for anyone in need of a fulfilling forest bathing practice. "Forest bathing resets our nervous systems," Clifford writes. "It does so quickly and effectively. It is as if we have come home."

Transportation
Tuition

The cost of the workshop and book signing is $25 and includes the book.

Amos Clifford is the founder of the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs and author of the best selling Your Guide to Forest Bathing (Conari Press 2018). A student of Buddhist philosophy for over 20 years, Amos founded Sky Creek Dharma Center in Chico, California, where he emphasized the importance of meditation practice in wild places. Amos is also widely known for his work in restorative justice. He is founder of the Center for Restorative Process, where he has led the inquiry into how the principles of restorative justice can inform ways to heal the broken relationships between humans and the more-than-human world of nature. Amos holds a BS in Organization Development and an MA in Counseling from the University of San Francisco. Amos has been the primary developer of ANFT's acclaimed training programs.

Book Signing

|

Forest Bathing Workshop with M. Amos Clifford

Jouvence Lodge in Winter

Monday - September 16, 2019
6:00 PM
Forest Bathing Workshop with M. Amos Clifford
|
Edwards, CO

Join M. Amos Clifford for a Forest Bathing workshop. Deeply encoded in our psyche is the awareness that comfort, peace, and healing can be found in a forest. The Japanese have a term for this: shinrin-yoku, or "forest bathing."

The Japanese have long understood that being in a forest is to immerse oneself in grace and beauty and to feel the healing power that exists in the exhalations of the trees. Amos is a forest therapy guide, psychotherapist, restorative justice worker, and longtime Zen meditation practitioner.

His book, Your Guide to Forest Bathing, is a beautiful exploration of forest bathing and information on the medical and scientific evidence of its benefits. It's a guide for anyone in need of a fulfilling forest bathing practice. "Forest bathing resets our nervous systems," Clifford writes. "It does so quickly and effectively. It is as if we have come home."

Who should attend
About the Venue:

The Bookworm

The Bookworm is the center for people gathering in Edwards. We host more than 50 events annually, plus hundreds of informal meetings and chats among friends and colleagues. We pride ourselves on the passion and professionalism of our staff and the quality of our service, and we strive to become indispensable to the locals and visitors in Eagle County. In 2017, the Bookworm celebrated its 20th anniversary!

Lodging
Meals
Transportation

Amos Clifford is the founder of the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs and author of the best selling Your Guide to Forest Bathing (Conari Press 2018). A student of Buddhist philosophy for over 20 years, Amos founded Sky Creek Dharma Center in Chico, California, where he emphasized the importance of meditation practice in wild places. Amos is also widely known for his work in restorative justice. He is founder of the Center for Restorative Process, where he has led the inquiry into how the principles of restorative justice can inform ways to heal the broken relationships between humans and the more-than-human world of nature. Amos holds a BS in Organization Development and an MA in Counseling from the University of San Francisco. Amos has been the primary developer of ANFT's acclaimed training programs.

Book Signing

|

Forest Bathing Workshop with M. Amos Clifford

Jouvence Lodge in Winter
Monday - September 16, 2019
6:00 PM
Forest Bathing Workshop with M. Amos Clifford
|
Edwards, CO

Join M. Amos Clifford for a Forest Bathing workshop. Deeply encoded in our psyche is the awareness that comfort, peace, and healing can be found in a forest. The Japanese have a term for this: shinrin-yoku, or "forest bathing."

The Japanese have long understood that being in a forest is to immerse oneself in grace and beauty and to feel the healing power that exists in the exhalations of the trees. Amos is a forest therapy guide, psychotherapist, restorative justice worker, and longtime Zen meditation practitioner.

His book, Your Guide to Forest Bathing, is a beautiful exploration of forest bathing and information on the medical and scientific evidence of its benefits. It's a guide for anyone in need of a fulfilling forest bathing practice. "Forest bathing resets our nervous systems," Clifford writes. "It does so quickly and effectively. It is as if we have come home."

The cost of the workshop and book signing is $25 and includes the book.

About the Venue:

The Bookworm

The Bookworm is the center for people gathering in Edwards. We host more than 50 events annually, plus hundreds of informal meetings and chats among friends and colleagues. We pride ourselves on the passion and professionalism of our staff and the quality of our service, and we strive to become indispensable to the locals and visitors in Eagle County. In 2017, the Bookworm celebrated its 20th anniversary!

Lodging
Meals
Transportation

Amos Clifford is the founder of the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs and author of the best selling Your Guide to Forest Bathing (Conari Press 2018). A student of Buddhist philosophy for over 20 years, Amos founded Sky Creek Dharma Center in Chico, California, where he emphasized the importance of meditation practice in wild places. Amos is also widely known for his work in restorative justice. He is founder of the Center for Restorative Process, where he has led the inquiry into how the principles of restorative justice can inform ways to heal the broken relationships between humans and the more-than-human world of nature. Amos holds a BS in Organization Development and an MA in Counseling from the University of San Francisco. Amos has been the primary developer of ANFT's acclaimed training programs.