El consejo de bienestar bienestar en la naturaleza
Those who are "nature-wise" have an edge in today’s world
Ronna Schneberger: Forest Therapy
Taking Time to Slow Down
Alchemy of Forest Bathing
Virtual Forest Therapy Walk at Garfield Park Conservatory
Mohonk Mountain House
Discover L'Auberge de Sedona
Explore L'Auberge de Sedona
Forest Therapy with Ben Page
Forest Bathing with your Dog - a book by Nadine Mazzola
From the Garden to the Kitchen of Blackberry Farm
Spending the day at Blackberry Farm
Do the Nature-Wise Have an Edge?
What Is Forest Bathing/Therapy?
Forest Bathing - National Geographic
Science of "Forest Bathing"
Farm and Forest Explorers 3
Farm and Forest Explorers 2
Farm and Forest Explorers
Roots Connection Meditation
How Forests Heal People
Introduction to Shinrin Yoku
Could It Be That We're Invisible?
I suddenly realized that we were invisible to the people there. No one noticed us, not even as I played my flute to remind the forest bathers to drop back into presencing. No one noticed us at all.
It was then that I realized how wonderful being i
First Responders & The Forest: Ancient Meets Modern
Forests have existed for millennia. Like first responders, they offer reassurance, and by the power of their existence, help us to breathe and live. Just as first responders hold the power of life or death in their control, so too does the forest.
from "In Deep Winter":
We are in deep winter now. All is quiet in the forest. I want to know this stillness and this rest. It’s as if all the earth is calling out, “slow down now, pay attention to this wisdom from the land . . . You can do thi