Forest Bathing

Speed and urgency, being connected to screens all day generates constant stress. We need to spend time in nature to balance that stress.

Qué es?

Forest therapy, also known as forest bathing, is a very slow and relaxed walk of approximately 3 hours and with a route of no more than 1 kilometer. During this walk, the guide helps people to awaken all the senses and slow down so that they can be present, away from worries and connected to nature.

Forest therapy is inspired by the Shinrin-Yoku (translated as forest bath) that was born in Japan in the early 1980s as a response to the high stress rates that people in that nation presented and that led to a significant increase from diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

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Nature improves cognitive functioning

Students from the University of Michigan were assigned to take a 50 minute walk, either in a tree lined park or on a busy street. They performed a memory task, where they had to remember and repeat an increasing number of digits, before and after the walk. Performance was significantly better after the walk in the natural environment but not after walking on the street.

Forest Therapie

Forest Bathing


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