Journaling in Nature

Writing Workshop

November 15 ​| 10:00-11:30am ​| Aman Park

UPDATE: This workshop will be rescheduled after the New Year. Keep an eye out for the updated time and location! Thanks!
““We write to taste life twice: once in the moment and again in retrospection.”

– Anaïs Nin

Step into the forest

build yourself a cozy nest

set pen to paper

…what will flow out?

Workshop Details

Are you interested in exploring a journaling practice, but aren’t sure where to start? Do you already love journaling and want some special time to write in the fall forest?

Join IYE for a 1.5-hour workshop that will bring you into nature to practice the art of journaling. During this workshop, our program guide will offer a unique blend of forest bathing techniques and writing prompts to help you relax into the natural environment and explore how journaling can encourage a deeper relationship with both yourself and the world around you.

This workshop is limited to 15 participants. Registration in advance is required, so don’t forget to sign up!

All writing ages are welcome.

IYE Program Guide: Katie Venechuk

In addition to Katie’s training and experience leading IYE’s core classes and forest therapy walks, Katie is a passionate writer and has journaled daily for more than ten years. She’s also the author of the blog World Maps and Yoga Mats, which was inspired by her love of journaling.

What to expect:

  • A short guided walk into the forest. We will carefully step off trail to seek a private place among the trees.
  • A guided forest bathing invitation to help you relax and tune into the natural environment.
  • An opportunity to wander and build yourself a solitary “writing nest” in the forest (see below for more details about what to bring).
  • Journaling prompts to help you dive into both your inner world and the environment around you.
  • A closing community circle and guided hike back to the parking lot.

What you’ll need:

  • A paper journal and a pen
  • A blanket or two to build a cozy “writing nest”
  • Warm clothing and comfy shoes
  • You may like to bring a bottle of water and a thermos with a hot drink

What we’ll have for you:

  • A personal, sanitized plastic tarp to place beneath your blankets at your nest
  • Two packets of activated hand warmers to put in your mittens or in your nest
  • Access to a small portable propane heater, where you can come to warm up throughout the workshop


You’ll receive an email with helpful details regarding where to meet, a reminder of what to bring along, etc. a few days before the workshop. We’re glad you’re joining us!

UPDATE: When this workshop is scheduled, we’ll include a simple registration here. Thanks and check back soon for a new date and time in early 2021!

Thank you!

We’ll see you in the forest!

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