Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson reopened for the fall/winter season on October 1, and its Path to Emotional Healing Program has resumed. Honestly reflecting on your personal journey in this life and considering how you want to move forward genuinely provides a fresh perspective on your past and the present. The program inspires you to change the way you see situations and gives you a better understanding of life as it is.
Participants in the Path to Emotional Healing Program walk through the Yume Gardens using a small guide book, prepared by a group of health practitioners, which contains 12 themes for each of 12 walks. Each theme contains beautifully written, insightful contemplations and questions to reflect upon while pausing at six designated spots along the garden walkways. Participants pause, read the guided contemplation, reflect and write in their journals, received upon registration.
Veterans, cancer survivors, those who have lost a spouse or other loved one and also, people who are feeling “stuck”, just wanting to take some time to get a perspective on their lives, are just some of those who have benefited since the Path to Healing Program was instituted at Yume Gardens in 2015.
January 2022 Orientation Sessions: January 8, 15, 22 and 29 at 10am.
Location: 2130 N Alvernon Way, Tucson. For more details on the program and to sign up, connect at 520-272-3200 and YumeGardens.org.