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Meditation and Art

Class/Workshop Health/Wellness
Orchard Trail
$8 ($5/members)
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curved nature trail with green leafed trees and blooming flowers

This event has moved to Orchard Trail from its original location. In case of rain, this event will meet in the Bellows & Cassatt rooms.

Connect with nature and transform your stress into mindfulness with an outdoor session of guided meditation on the museum grounds.

Join guest instructor and Forest Therapy Guide Emmie Brenzel as we enjoy the beginning of spring and learn about breathing techniques, relaxation practices, and sensory invitations, which can discipline a busy mind and calm a restless body. You’ll get step-by-step guidance to help you find mental, physical, and emotional wellness as we reflect on nature and enjoy time by the Fly’s Eye Dome on Orchard Trail.

Whether you’re an experienced serenity-seeker or just curious about finding a little more balance, this program is beginner-friendly and open to meditators of all experience levels. A short walk along a paved path may be required. We encourage you to dress for the weather, preferably with layers, keeping in mind that temperatures will be cooler when stationary or resting on the ground.

Tickets are $8 ($5 for members), reserve your spot online or with Guest Services at (479) 657-2335 today.


About the Instructor

Forest Therapy Guide Emmie Brenzel

Emmie Brenzel has over thirty years of experience in Holistic Health and Wellness working as a Registered Nurse and Health Coach. Her background includes training in a variety of complementary health practices and knowledge of the human energy system as a Healing Touch Practitioner. She has been certified as a Forest Therapy Guide with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy and graduated from the Osage Forest of Peace School of Spiritual Direction. Emmie owns a local business, Ozark Forest Therapy, providing group Forest Therapy Walks and Eco- Spiritual Direction.



Health and Wellness Programs sponsored by Mindy and Bob Rich Family Foundation, Nice-Pak Products, Inc., and Northwest Arkansas Naturals.