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Campus paving begins April 15. Please refer to the Helpful Info page for updates regarding temporary changes to campus access. Trails remain open.

Postponed until April 21--Vernal Equinox Forest Bathing

Saturday, March 23, 2024, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Join certified Forest Therapy Guide Jennifer Comeau for an immersive sensory experience in the woods during the week of the Vernal Equinox!



To register, please email or call (207) 646-1555 x116.


  • Members: $16.00
  • Non-Members: $20.00



Forest Bathing is an immersive sensory experience at a leisurely pace, exploring what's right in front of you and allowing the cacophony of thoughts, or so-called, “life in the tamed world” to fall away. It follows a standard sequence of invitations over a 2-hour period that frames the walk but does not impose restrictive rules. A burgeoning body of evidence has shown that spending time in natural places improves the health and wellbeing of humans young and old. “Trees are little furnaces, showering us with invisible phytoncide aerosols that have the effect of boosting our immune systems and decreasing cortisol levels, blood pressure, and heart rate. They do wonders for your spirit and mental wellness. But you don’t really need science to tell you; you feel it,” says leader Jennifer Comeau.

*SPECIAL GIFT FOR PARTICIPANTS: A 20-minute Guided Meditation for Vernal Equinox, Discovering Your Sit Spot. Anyone who attends will receive this .mp3 audio for free!

About the Presenter

A certified Forest Therapy Guide, Jennifer Comeau holds workshops on climate buoyancy and embodied leadership in support of a more beautiful, just, and biodiverse world. In addition to being a TreeSisters Trustee, a restorative organization focusing on reforestation and women's empowerment, Jennifer partners with OzGREEN, an award-winning non-profit bringing YOUth LEADing The World programs to Australia, Africa, America and India. Her nature-themed children’s book and novel are slated for publication in 2024 and 2025.

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