Ecotherapy: Connecting with the Healing Power of Nature

Ecotherapy: Connecting with the Healing Power of Nature

More About Ecotherapy: Connecting with the Healing Power of Nature

We all know how good it can feel to get outside. The warm sun and gentle breeze can do wonders for your mind, body and level of stress. But did you know that these outdoor interactions have recognized medical value? Studies have shown that the more time you spend connecting with the natural world around you, the better it is for your health, including your blood pressure, digestion, immune system, sleep, longevity and quality of life.

The practice of “ecotherapy” helps you notice the absence of nature in your life, and identify ways that you can incorporate more of the therapeutic and restorative value of a deeper connection with the natural world into your life. More than just helping you “feel good”, this process grounds and harmonizes you in ways that can be measured, bringing health and healing to your body and mind.

This interactive workshop will get you outside and show you just how healthy being outside can be. You’ll learn techniques to help you maximize the benefits of the natural world all around you, as well as some of the science behind these healing phenomena, and leave with much more than just having gone for a ‘walk in the park.”

ABOUT Dr. Kurt Beil
Dr. Kurt Beil is a naturopathic doctor and licensed acupuncturist who specialized in integrative, holistic and natural approaches to health and well-being. Dr. Beil has a Master’s degree in Public Health and has researched, taught and published widely about the topics of ecotherapy, stress reduction, and environmental health. His private practice, Hudson Valley Natural Health, is located at The Center for Health and Healing in Mount Kisco, NY. He can be reached via email (info@hudsonvalleynaturalhealth.com) or website (click for details)

Tags: special interest, ecotherapy, self-care, nature, nature walk



Event Details

Date: May 11, 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Location:
Wainwright House
260 Stuyvesant Avenue
rye NY 10580

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