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Summer Solstice – Sound Forest Bathing Immersion

Slieve Gullion Forest Park, Killeavy, County Armagh, BT35 8SW
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Solstice literally means 'light standing still'. This special forest bathing immersion celebrates the Celtic festival of midsummer and the longest day of the year. Slieve Gullion forest is a perfect haven to deepen your spiritual connection with nature.

We will create a special nature mandela to guide us during a healing white light meditation. Our Solstice forest experience will include a tea ceremony of wild elderflower cordial, shortbread from a local bakery and Irish Strawberries. Forest Bathing is an evidence-based wellness practice which originated in Japan in the 1980's as a stress prevention intervention. Some of the benefits include: boosting mood, immunity, sleep and creativity aswell as stress reduction

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  • On site parking
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Adult£32.00 per ticket

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Opening Times

Season (22 June 2024)
DayTimes
Saturday09:00 - 09:00

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