Shinrin-yoku in Japanese means forest bathing,
a therapeutic practice that enhances wellbeing through the healing power of nature.
Forest Bathing with Oomomo

Forest Bathing

Shinrin-yoku in Japanese means forest bathing, a therapeutic practice that enhances wellbeing through the healing power of nature. Encouraging intuitive sensing, the practice proposes to follow the guidance of the body by simply being in a natural environment and letting the sounds, smells, sights, air and the feel immerse one into the absorbing forest atmosphere in order to connect with the sublimity of nature. Basking in a sense of beauty and harmony, one is disconnected from the busy-ness and restlessness of modern life, experiences a quiet theater of tones, colors, textures as well as emotional qualities, and eases into a state of comfort where relaxation and contemplation happen effortlessly. Ritualistic and restorative, the practice of forest bathing provides a well needed escape from noises and distractions, leading to a place of balance nurtured by the all-encompassing purity of nature.

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