Forest Bathing: The Many Benefits of a Walk in the Woods

Origin and advantages of the Japanese Shinrin-Yoku therapy

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Forest Therapy or Nature Therapy consists of calmly, relaxed, and contemplatively immersion in nature.

The purpose of the walk in the forest is to experience deep contact with nature and with yourself while enjoying the beneficial effects a…

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