Forest Bathing and Mindfulness Workshop


Forest Bathing and Mindfulness Workshop

August 26 2021
Experience an evening of mindfulness, movement and connecting to the natural world with CPAWS Manitoba environmental educator Avery Kash.

Avery will guide participants through a beginner-friendly yoga session and mindfulness meditation with a focus on connecting to nature and releasing tension. Participants will practice mindful walking as we connect to our senses to explore the beauty within Assiniboine Park.

All bodies and all levels of experience are welcome in this loving and inclusive space.

Please bring a mat or blanket for the movement portion of the workshop.

–Detailed location information, directions and supplies needed will be sent by email after registering–

About the Speaker:

Avery Kash is a classroom teacher and 200H Registered Yoga Teacher from Manitoba. Avery’s creative flows invite participants to courageously connect to their heart while bringing softness, stillness and connection in the mind and body.

Avery works with CPAWS Manitoba as our environmental educator, combining her love for education and nature.

Read a recap of the event and learn how forest bathing can support your well-being in this blog post.

About the CPAWS Manitoba Nature Club

CPAWS Manitoba’s Nature Club is designed to help Manitobans get outside, make new friends and learn about the wonders of nature.

We’ve developed a wide range of programming and activities to help Manitobans of all ages and abilities enjoy the health and wellness benefits of nature.

Find out more at our website — cpawsmb.org — and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter so you don’t miss out on upcoming events.

This programming was made possible thanks to the generous support of The Winnipeg Foundation and The Conservation Trust, a Manitoba Climate and Green Plan Initiative delivered by the Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation.

Help Keep Manitoba Wild


CPAWS Manitoba has helped establish 23 parks and protected areas thanks to people like you.

With your help, we can protect half our lands and waters for future generations of people and wildlife.