Are you ready for Inspiration, Connection and a Unique Adventure?
Virtual Forest Bathing
In Fushimi Inari Shrine
Monday, March 15
LIVE guide from
PEACE AND GRATITUDE
Are you a wonderlust feeling stuck at home? Are you desiring a nature based travel adventure with like-minded people but are waiting for Covid to pass? No need to wait!!
Join our virtual interactive trip to Kyoto Japan’s most sacred mountain
This 2 hour program will be led for us LIVE from Japan via zoom by Lee, a Tripadvisor 5-star rated tour guide for Fushimi Inari and fabulous
storyteller (for 75 minutes), followed by group
interaction led by Stacey (for 45 minutes).
Through spectacular video, humor and fascinating stories, Lee will teach us about Shinto rituals, gods and shrines and how forest bathing is done in the magical landscape of Fushimi Inari. His high-quality cinematography of the sites and sounds of Fushimi Inari will make it seem as if we are really at one with the forest! Lee will be narrating live with interaction and feedback as he guides us through magnificent scenery and leads us in a breathing meditation at a sacred waterfall.
With teachings on ritual and reverence, themes of gratitude and lessons in mindfulness, this will be an inspirational, fun and uplifting evening!
Pre-trip suggestions, itinerary, and "packing list"
will be sent after registration!
$40 Before March 1st
$45 After March 1st
*Space is limited
*Refunds (minus $5) are available up until March 6th. No refunds after that time. Please, be sure you can make the trip on time.
YOU MUST JOIN ZOOM BY 7:30pm
**No entries allowed after 7:35pm**
OUR GUIDE"S BIO
Lee was born in Singapore and worked across Asia on documentaries. He came to Japan to study Political Science at Waseda University in Tokyo in 2012 and became an expert on Fushimi Inari. His walking tour has a 5 star rating on Tripadvisor. The locals on the mountain know him well and have shared many of their stories with him which he will share with us.(https://www.tripadvisor.com/AttractionProductReview-g298564-d13296384-The_Alternative_Fushimi_Inari_Walking_Tour-Kyoto_Kyoto_Prefecture_Kinki.html)
FUSHIMI INARI HISTORY
Kyoto is considered the cultural capital of Japan and is a UNESCO world heritage site famous for its shinto shrines, palaces and gardens. The most famous place to visit is the Fushimi Inari Shrine, built in the 8th century and dedicated to the god of rice. While most known for the 5,000 bright orange torii gates that wind through the hills, this magical place includes forests, waterfalls, temples, statues, and history rich with stories and rituals.
After you register you will receive your "boarding pass" in a detailed email. Contact below with any questions: