Upcoming Events

Check back here often to see if we have events, workshops or upcoming nature walks and forest bathing classes in your area.

Please note the location of the event, as we host them nation-wide.

And, check our Google Calendar at the bottom of the page

for other upcoming events and workshops.


Guided Forest Bathing


Rancho Penasquitos, San Diego, CA

Saturday, September 28,  2019

9:00 - 10:30 a.m. PST

Canyonside Community Park


Guided Forest Bathing


Virginia Beach Area, VA

Saturday October 12, 2019

9:00 - 10:30 a.m. EST

Location TBA

Coming in September!

The Embodied Elemental Journey Workshop

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Montreal, Quebec, CN

Take a journey of heart to wholeness with Monica Canducci, one of today's most respected inspirational authors, movement coaches, healing facilitators, speakers  and teachers highly acknowledged internationally in the field of self-development through the practice of  mind-bodyfulness..


The Embodied Elemental Journey is a four-step process, taking you through teachings of Nature’s elements -- fire, earth, air, and water. You will experience mind-bodyfulness (beingfulness) as you learn to connect with Nature from within through embodied movement as your wander from the Montreal cityscape to the beautiful, sacred landscape of Tiohtià:ke Otsira'kéhne in Mount Royal.


Each hour, you will make a connection with a different element by “sensing” the environment and your internal changes (mental and physical states). This journey helps you achieve a peaceful and mindful state, reduce stress/anxiety/depression symptoms, manage emotions, and increase wellbeing and health.


How do we connect to the elements? Imagine your body made of the 4 Elements of Nature: Fire, Earth, Air, Water. Each carries a gift, something unique. Monica will teach you to recognize, accept, absorb, integrate, embody and then manifest those gifts through your body, your actions, and your life in the present moment.


Join Monica and Earth Connect in this amazing half-day journey. Spaces are limited to keep the space intimate.