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'Forest bathing' or Shinrin Yoku is defined as the practice of spending time in the forest with the aim of improving health and well-being and increasing happiness . Due to their simplicity or their benefits, they are currently an increasingly common experience for those who want both physical and mental relaxation.

Of Japanese tradition, its foundation lies in the search for spiritual healing. The connection with nature, silence, acceptance, or listening to one's own presence are key elements of this practice, whose ultimate goal is the stimulation and contemplation of one's own senses.


The benefits, both physiological and psychological, range from improving mood to lowering stress hormone levels or boosting the immune system.

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