The Dirt on Forest Therapy

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Wind whispering through leaves; subtle scents of cedar; sun spilling through a forest canopy. Many of us are innately drawn to nature, finding solace in its restorative powers.

Recently, science has begun to support what so many of us have suspected: Time in nature is good for us!

One way to reap the physical and mental health benefits nature has to offer is through forest therapy. Inspired by the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing,” forest therapy involves immersing oneself in nature.

The Dirt on Forest Therapy

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Date of Publication:

February 2, 2021
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