Forest Bathing During The Coronavirus: Gardens, Windows And Virtual Walks
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As wellness trends go, ‘forest bathing’ is among my favorites. Also known as shinrin yoku, the concept emerged in Japan in the 1980s, but today it’s becoming popular in the West too. Simply put, forest bathing is the practice of walking mindfully through the woods and taking it all in through our senses – and it’s believed to boost our mental and physical well-being. At its core, it’s about connecting with nature – something that deep down we all know is good for us.
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