Forest Bathing - Shinrin-Yoku

 Nature therapy, sometimes referred to as ecotherapy, describes a broad group of techniques or treatments that uses an individual's presence within nature with the intention of improving an individual's mental or physical health.


Forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku. Shinrin in Japanese means “forest,” and yoku means “bath.” So shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere, or taking in the forest through our senses.

How to start forest bathing

1.         Turn off your devices to give yourself the best chance of relaxing, being mindful, and enjoying a sensory forest-based experience.

2.         Slow down.

3.         Take long breaths deep into the abdomen.

4.         Stop, stand or sit, smell what's around you, what can you smell?


Why is Shirin Yoku good for you? How do forest heal people?

The Japanese practice of shinrin yoku, or Forest Bathing, is good for both physical and mental wellbeing.

Exposure to forests strengthen our immune system, reduces blood pressure, increases energy boosts our mood and helps us regain and maintain our focus in ways that treeless environments do. Forest bathing improve feelings of happiness and free up creativity, boost the immune system and accelerate recovery from illness.

Nature also has a soothing influence on our relationships and emotional well-being.


One of the best ways to explore Shirin Yoko or Forest Bathing or Nature Therapy is to go out of a Camping Holiday to a good eco-friendly camping site.


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