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  • Forest Bathing Activities, Visit the forest for self-regeneration

  • Coaching-Training provided outdoors

  • 1x Sessions 2-5 hours


  • Shinrin-yoku (In Japanese: Forest Bath), letting the natural harmony of the forest inspire him. He spends almost daily time in nature, dedicated to practice yoga, martial arts, conscious breathing, archery or dance improv. Or just for the purpose of enjoying, observing and learning from nature. Learning about nature systems, cycles, rhythms, laws and principles.


  • ” even a small amount of time in nature can have an impact on our health. A two-hour forest bath will help you to unplug from technology and slow down. It will bring you into the present moment and de-stress and relax you. Numerous studies I’ve conducted have shown that shinrin-yoku has real health benefits.”(1)


Shinrin-Yoku Sessions Program  (2 hours)

  • Arrival to forest meeting-point
  • 5 min walk
  • 9 min breathing (Matrix-Q Conscious Breathing method)
  • Tailor-made activities for self-regeneration
    • Individual solo activities
    • group collective activities
  • Silence time for self-regeneration
  • 9 min presentation ” Holistic Life-Work Balance”
  • 18 Micro-workshop (game) tailor-made to attendees/company needs
  • Closing gathering
  • 9 min breathing (Matrix-Q Conscious Breathing method)


  • After a capacity assessment session, we will choose together, the methods, trainings, and activities that are more suitable
  • We tailor-made the program, to collaborate with you achieve your goals faster
  • We will choose the techniques that are more in resonance with your current skills and capacity.


Public Forest Bathing Sessions

If your company has not scheduled for you a shinrin-yoku session yet, you are welcome to join the public foest bathing sessions organizaed by the Matrix-Q Community

We meet in a unique location in the Netherlands, surrounded by a natural landscapce, a nature-reserved area, a little lake and the Rhine river, at a small town with a great old-history, archealogical and cultural sites.

The Forest of Rhenen, Grebbeberg Road, Region of Utrecht, The Netherlands.  

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