Yume Japanese Gardens re-opens for Fall/Winter 2021

PRESS RELEASE – Yume Japanese Gardens Reopens for Fall Season 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE           Contact: Patricia Deridder                                                                                              Cell: (520) 303-3945 Email: yume.gardens@gmail.com

2130 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson (south of Grant Rd.)

  “AN OASIS OF TRANQUILITY: YUME JAPANESE GARDENS REOPENS FOR THE FALL SEASON TUCSON, ARIZONA – After our summer hiatus, Yume Japanese Gardens and Museum of Tucson is reopening on Friday, October 1, for a refreshing refuge for Tucsonans seeking harmony, hope and healing in cooler temperatures. The serene gardens at Yume delight the eye, nurture the spirit, and restore hearts frayed by day-to-day distress. They interpret and compress the natural world into beautiful and masterfully cultivated landscapes that heighten a visitor’s awareness of life’s deeper qualities and impart the feeling of walking through a tranquil vision. Safe, calm, and inspiring, Yume’s gardens are back for a much-needed sanctuary. Also this season, Yume will resume its innovative ‘Path to Emotional Healing Program’, based on numerous health studies showing that journaling and regular therapeutic walks in Japanese garden settings lower stress and anxiety and boost hope and emotional resilience. Facilitated by health professionals in Yume’s secure and tranquil environment, the program teaches enrollees to reflect on and interpret their personal stories in a transformative way that leads them from simply surviving life to thriving in it. The program runs all year. “

Visit yumegardens.org for more information or email yume.gardens@gmail.com

“Yume sets capacity limits to safeguard visitors and staff and observes Arizona Department of Health Services guidelines for COVID-19 management. Timed admission tickets purchased online are required for entry; physical distancing and facial coverings are also required, in all indoor and outdoor spaces. #   #   # Yume Japanese Gardens and Museum of Tucson (www.yumegardens.org) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, located at 2130 N. Alvernon Way. It features eight examples of classical Japanese landscape design, a replica traditional Japanese cottage, a museum of Japanese art and handicrafts, an art gallery, and gift shop. It also holds seasonal Japanese festivals and classes in Japanese popular arts.”

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