Forest Therapy is a research-based framework for supporting healing and wellness through immersion in forests and other natural environments.
Forest Therapy is inspired by the Japanese practice of shinrin yoku, which translates to "forest bathing."
Studies have demonstrated a wide array of health benefits, especially in the cardiovascular and immune systems, and for stabilizing and improving mood and cognition.
Quality of life is related to the relationship between people and plants.
Curiosity and attraction to nature are inherent human qualities; individuals respond positively to green plants and colorful flowers.
Working with plants promotes emotional, mental and physical health and well-being.