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The state of our mind, designs the state of our life. In this post we look at the Japanese practice of Forest Bathing – a simple way to relax your mind, revitalise your body, and rediscover y…
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The woods and forests are calling. Come, and learn to reconnect with Mother Nature through shinrin-yoku, the Japanese healing art of forest bathing.
Forest Bathing Challenge Day Three: Earth Elements Sit Spot Invitation. Days One and Two are up in the Forest Bathing Central Facebook group! Join us!
Forest bathing without trees sounds like an oxymoron, but check this out. We found 7 ways to forest bathe without the trees.
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The challenge: find some free time to try the Japanese forest practice of shinrin-yoku. The forest can heal you. You've just got to get in touch with it, as
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Phytoncides are the medicine of the forest and one reason why forest bathing is so therapeutic. Learn more about phytoncides...
People are learning more about the benefits of mindfulness practices like “shinrin-yoku,” or forest bathing. Join our friend, herbalist Lucretia VanDyke as she explores the spiritual and emotional benefits of sound healing and using forest bathing to facilitate wellness, particularly in times of transition and transformation. She shares ways in which you can connect with the woods or bring the forest home to your bath.
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We explore the many ecotherapy activities used to heal the mind, body, or soul. From therapeutic gardens to adventure therapy, there is something for everyone.
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Did you know that something as simple as a walk in the woods can relieve stress, strengthen your immune system, and even prevent certain diseases? We spoke with one of the world's leading researchers on forest medicine about tapping in to the healing power of the great outdoors.
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Forest bathing is spending time in the woods, but doing so in a way that's designed to be peaceful and almost spiritual (no actual bathing involved).
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