Stories from the Ridge

See, hear, smell, feel, and even taste the forest like never before.  

Ever feel the need to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature? At Juneberry Ridge, we offer a unique opportunity to do just that.

Forest Bathing at Juneberry Ridge, is an invitation to slow down, get present, and connect with the natural world through a gentle awakening of your senses. Through a series of guided invitations, led by certified Forest Therapy Guide, Angie Stegall, you will experience the sounds, smells, sights, tastes and textures of the forest around you.

Meet your guide.

Angie Stegall is an Executive Life Coach + Wayfinder. She guides small groups of nature and wellness seekers to enter the forest and exit the hustle in favor of a more balanced way of living and working.  

As an award-winning author of five books, including Make Some Room: Powerful Life Lessons Inspired by an Epic 16-day Colorado River Rafting Trip Through Grand Canyon and Notes from Nature: Tune Into Your Inner Voice by Letting Nature Take the Lead, her coaching practice utilizes the healing qualities of nature and the transformation available through powerful coaching. Angie is a Certified Forest Therapy Guide with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy (ANFT), a Certified Martha Beck Wayfinder Life Coach, and a Certified Sparketype™ Advisor.

To deepen your understanding and to learn more about the benefits of forest bathing, be sure to check out Angie’s blog post, Your guide to forest bathing at Juneberry Ridge.

Upcoming sessions:

We can’t wait to welcome you to Juneberry Ridge for this unique and transformative experience! Take a look below at our upcoming forest bathing experiences.

March 16 

April 20 

May 11

About the Author
Mike Woronuk

Mike has led our marketing efforts at Juneberry Ridge since January of 2020. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada—he's often found calling Juneberries by their Canadian name, "Saskatoons". His family has farmed wheat, canola, and barley for over 100 years, but he owes his introduction to regenerative agriculture to Juneberry Ridge.