We provide Nature and Forest Therapy (also referred to as the Japanese practice of Shinrin Yoku or "Forest Bathing") services through the science-based practice of guided immersion in forests and natural settings with the aim of promoting mental and physical health and well-being. By facilitating these human – nature connections, we restore balance, increase relaxation, improve mind-body connection, and create a sense of belonging for participants.
Widely practiced as a public health initiative in certain countries around the world, Nature and Forest Therapy is becoming globally recognized as evidence-based, cost-effective and natural medicine for reducing stress, anxiety, depression, and blood pressure; increasing immune system functioning and feelings of relaxation; shortening recovery time related to illness and surgery, and; improving sleep, mood, and cognitive functioning.
Our target audience ranges in age from 5 to 105 years old. People of any age, gender, ethnicity or religion can benefit from Nature and Forest Therapy.