Wilderness Day Walks With Bianca Di Salvo Lift Spirits in Tough Times
Bianca Di Salvo
In Japan it’s called “forest bathing”: taking a walk out in the woods to still the mind and boost overall well-being. Bianca Di Salvo has begun offering Wilderness Day Walks based on this concept of natural health, combined with soul-centric personal growth.
“My remote and in-person guided group wilderness walks allow you to be easier with yourself, let go of things that are holding you back, release anxiety, find peace, connect to your inner wisdom and reconnect with the natural world,” she says.
Especially in a world that’s rapidly changing, with news coming at us rapid fire every day, it’s critical to find new ways to support our health, Di Salvo says.
“Finding a place of peace and ease, a place to connect with your own inner wisdom, is increasingly important as we face life in this complex world,” she says. “Spring, a time of rebirth and rejuvenation, is the perfect time to reconnect with yourself and the natural world.”
On April 16 and 30, she’ll offer two Earth Day Wilderness Walks, from 8 to 10:30 a.m. both days. The cost is $25 per walk. A cell phone is required to participate. Wilderness Day Walks will soon announce its full spring schedule of guided walks, which can be accessed remotely or attended in person.