Willa ยท kai

Where does Willakai come from?

Derived from willa the feminine of William meaning protector and Kai meaning the sea. It is the idea of the motherly type of protection of nurturing a caring for our water space. Belief is that without water we cannot be a world. Willakai is a way of being; to ensure harmony, to promote and protect environmental sustainability.

Willakai is a promise, a foundation, a movement.

Forest Therapy

Forest Therapy is the mindful practice of allowing yourself to be to be aware, to be still, to observe, and to allow. Even though connecting with our natural world is a concept understood by every ancient civilization, forest therapy derives from Japan’s developed practice of shinrin-yoku or forest bathing.

When people in Japan, in the 1980s started to practice shinrin-yoku, it was under the intuitive idea that the people needed to be healing through nature but also a campaign to protect the forests.

A concept of when you connect with something you are more often to look after it.

Forest Therapy is the mindful practice of allowing yourself to be to be aware, to be still, to observe, and to allow. Even though connecting with our natural world is a concept understood by every ancient civilization, forest therapy derives from Japan’s developed practice of shinrin-yoku or forest bathing.

When people in Japan, in the 1980s started to practice shinrin-yoku, it was under the intuitive idea that the people needed to be healing through nature but also a campaign to protect the forests.

A concept of when you connect with something you are more often to look after it.