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Forest Bathing, or shinrin-yoku, is the act of strolling through a forested area with intention. This activity, originating in Japan nearly 40 years ago, seems to have been one of the top phrases of 2015.
— Nat Geo Channel (@NatGeoChannel) January 5, 2016
This past year we have seen an awakening among many of the benefits of taking a simple walk through a forest. This relaxing activity is called Shinrin Yoku, Japanese for “forest bathing”. Have you heard about this? Do you think more people are becoming aware of the benefits of time spent in the outdoors?
As Spring begins to unfold, we encourage you to take a walk in a nearby forested area.
Breathe slowly, smell and see deliberately, walk purposefully.Read more