TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM – 6 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM – 6 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

Forest Bathing: August

Click here to register now.  Forest Bathing, or shinrin-yoku, is the deliberate practice of immersion in nature using mindfulness and the senses. This practice originated in Japan and allows the body, mind, and spirit to relax and rejuvenate surrounded by the healing powers of nature. We begin the class by discussing the guiding principles of […]

Forest Bathing: July

Click here to register now.  Forest Bathing, or shinrin-yoku, is the deliberate practice of immersion in nature using mindfulness and the senses. This practice originated in Japan and allows the body, mind, and spirit to relax and rejuvenate surrounded by the healing powers of nature. We begin the class by discussing the guiding principles of […]

Qigong

Click here to register now. Qigong is an ancient wellness practice that uses meditation, controlled breathing and gentle, low-impact activity to cultivate energy in the mind and body. You will learn slow, flowing movements that are physically easy-to-follow and improve your ability to engage with intention and mindfulness. Join us Mondays in June for a […]

Forest Bathing: June

Click here to register now.  Forest Bathing, or shinrin-yoku, is the deliberate practice of immersion in nature using mindfulness and the senses. This practice originated in Japan and allows the body, mind, and spirit to relax and rejuvenate surrounded by the healing powers of nature. We begin the class by discussing the guiding principles of […]

Experience the Calming Power of Nature through Forest Bathing

Woman sitting among tall trees

Modern life can be a hectic thing, full of emails, appointments, grocery trips, planning sessions, repair bills–the list could go on and on. It can be difficult to carve out time away from the madness and just … be. That’s what forest bathing offers practitioners.

Get Your Hands Dirty in a Garden to Boost Your Mental Health

Garden sign that reads "As I work on the garden, the garden works on me"

One of the best things about working outside in a garden is the visibility of the results. You can see your hard work pay off as flowers bloom. But there’s another benefit, one that is just as real but less obvious to the eye: Gardening supports your mental health. Experts from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will teach a workshop on wellness in the garden this month that will share tips on reducing stress and anxiety through gardening.