Pleine Nature creates wellness experiences for individuals, groups and companies looking to improve their balance by enjoying the benefits of nature.

Our services

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Forest bathing walks

This practice aims to promote a sense of relaxation, connection with nature and well-being by enjoying the beauty of the forest. Research surrounding forest bathing suggests that it can help boost the immune system, increase energy levels and reduce stress.


Meditation group

Public or private meditation groups in a variety of indoor or outdoor locations. With friends, family or work colleagues, a great opportunity to find calm together!

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Workshops on mental health awareness in the workplace and on mindfulness, offered by our social worker.

Upcoming events



   First Wednesday of the month

                   15$ / person

Nature Walk

         Tucker House, Rockland

           March 24th 1-3PM



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Watercolor workshop

               Growing green Fair

                March 3rd 2024


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Provide nature-connected experiences for women, particularly professionals and entrepreneurs, who want a more balanced life.


Promoting calm, compassion, and connection to nature and yourself. 


  • Respect of Mother Nature
  • Support the french speaking community
  • Promote self-compassion and kindness to others

Land acknowledgment

Pleine Nature thanks and acknowledges the First nations, Metis and Inuit people, among them the Anishinabe and Haudenosaunee people, on the unceded territory of Eastern Ontario.

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Myriam Desmarquis

“Franco-ontarienne” by heart, I have been raising my family and working in Eastern Ontario since 2009.  My personal practice of yoga, mindfulness and my love of nature have led me to become a forest bathing guide. I believe that movement, community and nature are essential ingredients of well-being.

Pleine Nature offers unique experiences in Eastern Ontario for the french speaking community. It is also a great way to discover great nature trails.

Myriam is a registered social worker with the Ontario College of social workers and social service workers.