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Winter Solstice Forest Bathing Experience with Xhale

Meigh, Killeavy, County Armagh, BT35 8SW
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This is the perfect chance to stop and connect with the Winter Solstice light on sacred Slieve Gullion mountain with Xhale.

Solstice literally means 'light standing still'.

Forest Bathing is an evidence-based wellness practice which originated in Japan in the 1980's as a stress prevention intervention. Two hours in the forest boosts your immunity for up to 10 days.

We will create a special Mandela using natural objects selected by you from within the forest. This will support clarity, focus, energy and wisdom when setting intentions for the year ahead.. Ann will support you to connect with the sacred Solstice light through a guided healing white light meditation followed by personal reflection to develop goals and affirmations for the year ahead.

Your forest experience will end with a tea ceremony including organic winter berry cordial and shortbread from a local bakery.

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  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

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  • Booking Required

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  • On site parking
  • Station nearby

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Adult£25.00 per ticket

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