Journey to Well-being

Japanese Garden

A nurturing and therapeutic nature experience

The Journey to Well-Being is an intentional walking program, designed to aid participants in experiencing the calming, restorative powers of nature. The Japanese Garden serves as a peaceful setting for people to explore their relationship with nature and with themselves.

This 10-week program consists of three facilitated meetings, including a guided tour of the Japanese Garden. The remaining weeks consist of seven self-guided walks, inspired by themes related to natural elements such as wind, stone, tranquil water, fire, wood, powerful water and sky. Participants will receive a guide book which provides suggested pauses for each walk, intended to increase awareness and encourage time for reflection. Non-members will receive 7 garden admission passes, in order to complete the walks.

Participants will receive:

  • Journey to Well-being guidebook
  • 7 Garden admission tickets (non-members)
  • 3 facilitated meetings

Upcoming sessions:

  • Winter 2018-19: November 15–January 24
  • Register

 


Therapeutic Horticultural Programs at the Garden are made possible
through contributions by:

Dr. Oscar and Barbara Soule
Friends and family of Dr. Samuel D. Soule
Edward Chase Garvey Memorial Foundation
E. Reuben and Gladys Flora Grant Charitable Trust
Mary Anne Lucas Fund
David R. and Mary L. Tognoni Program Fund