The simple Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku could be the key to leading a happier and healthier life
Dr. Qing Li, Contributor
Apr. 24, 2018, 12:54 PM
Japanese forest bathing is proven to reduce stress and anxiety. Japaneseforest-bathing, or shinrin-yoku, is a practice that involves spending time in nature, among trees. Studies revealed that Japanese forest-bathing has a positive impact on both physical and mental health, as discussed in the below excerpt from Dr. Qing Li's recent book on the subject. There are a number of ways to integrate Japanese forest-bathing into any lifestyle, from visiting the local park to filling your home with
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One of our wonderful customers, Audrey, emailed me this interesting article, so I thought I would share. It should be easy enough to reap the benefits of forest-bathing in beautiful Nevada County! Happy bathing...