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Forest Bathing

Many people enjoy spending time in nature. But did you know that time among the trees is therapeutic? Forest therapy is a growing practice that promises benefits for your mind and your body.

It can help you relax and refuel — and give you a break from the devices, worries and stress that can dominate your daily life. The Cleveland Clinic said, "Take the time to breathe deeply and turn your focus inward. If you can, get yourself outside among the trees. Leave your screens, your deadlines and your worries behind. It’s worth it — even if you can only spare a few minutes."

Every Friday, you can experience a forest walk with Christina Goodall, LISW-S, as she wanders the beautiful Hopewell landscape. To register, email Chris at

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