Forest Therapy is commonly known by its original term – Shinrin-Yoku – a Japanese term that literally translates as Forest Bathing. In simple terms, it is the act of being in the forest and taking in the atmosphere.
A session is bespoke, and involves a number of activities that increase awareness, reduce stress, nurture gratitude, and enhance individual connection with nature and its benefits.
Expect the experience to last from 1 – 3 hours.
Forest Therapy is said to be beneficial on multiple levels.
- Reducing blood pressure
- Boosting the cognitive function
- Strengthening the immune system
- Reducing Stress and Improving moods
- Lowering blood sugar
Numerous scientific studies back these benefits up with evidence, thus increasing the popularity of Forest Therapy.
The experience is guided by Certified Forest Therapy Guides, Health Coaches and Meditation Teachers.