WE ARE ALL ONE WITH NATURE.
Those are the words that kept Sue Yin looking for ways to get the world and its people to see that nature is all we have on the planet, one way or another.
Sue Yin was born in Malaysia in the region where its rainforests are the world’s third oldest. She has been a child of nature and its wonders since young. Whenever she has time to spare, natural spots are places she’d rather be at. She never stops questioning the existence of nature and its beauty. And nature is playground. She finds solace and also abundant inspiration there whenever she needs a helping hand.
In her quest to be the storyteller for Mother Nature, she found Yasei Shinrin yoku (forest bathing) and has devoted her life to studying and practicing the teachings of Shinrin yoku while guiding those who came across her path and more who will.
As she guides those in her charge through the forest, she opens up all their senses so they can receive the forest’s energy in full openness of heart, body, mind and soul. She truly believes that there is no greater energy to be experienced and harnessed than nature’s energy.
When you’re with her, all she’ll tell you is to just be and let the forest do what it wants with you and for you. Because that’s when you’ll begin to understand the immense power of nature. See trees in a new light. Hear how the leaves rustle in their playfulness. Feel the gentleness of the flowing stream. Taste the breeze in the forest. Come alive with nature’s aliveness when Sue Yin guides you as you walk the trails.
Forest bathing with her is a wonder each time. Come as you are; with or without the baggage of your world. But once the forest therapy begins, she’ll take you to the depths of the natural world unbeknown to you. And you’ll soon discover another world in nature that is untapped by human consciousness. And this natural world acts like an unlimited holding space for those seeking answers to questions in their lives; it also heals you from deep within and never asks for anything in return except for your respect and kindness.
Take a walk in the forest with Sue Yin and discover the healing and therapeutic benefits of Shinrin yoku.