Forest bathing: Online articles
LA Times, August 2018
The latest natural therapy: how Japanese forest bathing gets you back in touch with yourself and mother earth
A walk through trees or sitting under a tree have been shown to be relaxing and therapeutic. Forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku as the Japanese call it, lowers blood pressure and boosts the immune system. So get out there and hug a tree
South China Morning Post, August 2018
Research has found that the practice has empirical, quantitative health benefits.
StudyBreaks, August 2018
“Forest bathing,” or immersing yourself in nature reaps health benefits, doctors say
NBC Los Angeles, August 2018
Elephant Journal, July 2018
NPR: WEMU, July 2018
“Forest bathing,” or immersing yourself in nature, is being embraced by doctors and others as a way to combat stress and improve health.
The New York Times, July 2018
Forbes, July 2018
ABC News, July 2018
Green News, July 2018
The Alternative Daily, July 2018
Forest bathing sounds like a fad, but this twist on hiking provided just the mental reset one writer needed.
5280, July 2018
Sonoma West Times and News, July 2018
TreeHugger, July 2018
W Public Broadcasting, July 2018
What is forest bathing? Your ultimate guide to forest bathing in the UK and it's natural health benefits
But what exactly is it and where can we do it? Here's your ultimate guide.
Country Living, June 2018
The Daily Courier, July 2018
Dr. Axe, June 2018
Forest bathing at Heritage Park to encourage nature connection
C and G News, June 2018
Prince William Times, June 2018
CBS News, June 2018
Elite Daily, June 2018
Good News Network, June 2018
Mother Nature Network, June 2018
Well+Good, June 2018
Brit+Co, June 2018
Ottowa Citizen, June 2018
Times Standard, June 2018
Thetford and Brandon Times, June 2018
The Telegraph, June 2018
Yakima Herald-Republic, June 2018
Organic Authority, May 2018
Time Magazine, May 2018
The Japan Times, May 2018
Could a simple stroll through the woods give you a new lease on life? Wellness editor Tessa Yannone gives it a try.
Boston Magazine, May 2018
The Forest Agency of Japan recommends ‘shinrin-yoku’ for health, and we should sit up and take note of it here in India too.
LiveMint, May 2018
Renowned professor reveals how to practice the Japanese art of 'forest bathing' to lower blood pressure and ease stress
Daily Mail, May 2018
Metro New York, May 2018
Ashland Daily Tidings, May 2018
Glamour, April 2018
BBC News, April 2018
The Sydney Morning Herald, April 2018
Shinrin-Yoku, A Japanese Practice Of Connecting To The Nature, Helps Short-Term Memory And Overall Health
Health Thoroughfare, April 2018
Mama Natural, April 2018
Introduction to Shinrin-Yoku
The River Reporter, April 2018
Plus 5 Places In And Around Tokyo To Discover The Healing Power Of Nature
Savvy Tokyo, March 2018
MyNorthwest, March 2018
The Boston Globe, March 2018
The Mesothelioma Center, March 2018
MyMotherLode, March 2018
Quartz, February 2018
MindBodyGreen, February 2018
Matcha: Japan Travel Magazine, February 2018
Science has discovered a zero-cost, side effect-free way to boost your immune system, kill stress, and feel happier.
Inc., February 2018
The Whig, February 2018
The Japanese practice of forest bathing has been proven to lower blood pressure, reduce stress hormone production, boost the immune system and to improve overall feelings of well being.
Alberton Record, February 2018
Are trees chemical factories that could save our lives? Nathalie Atkinson reports on a collection of new books that argue for the benefits and beauty of forest bathing
The Globe and Mail, February 2018
The Herald, February 2018
Argus Courier, February 2018
Learn about the health benefits of trading screens for trees. Your mental and physical health will thank you.
Travel Channel, January 2018
MindBodyGreen, January 2018
Conference News, January 2018
Delaware Online, January 2018
If you’ve been feeling like you need to reconnect with nature, or perhaps yourself, a few hours spent forest bathing this weekend may do the trick.
The Independent Rhode Island, January 2018
The Ecologist, January 2018
This wellbeing trend started in Kyoto but is taking over the world. Is it just a fad? Selena Hoy goes to the source
The Independent, December 2017
A foray into the world of talking to trees helped me become not just more mindful, but more adventurous.
Self, December 2017
How the Japanese Practice of “Forest Bathing”—Or Just Hanging Out in the Woods—Can Lower Stress Levels and Fight Disease
Open Culture, December 2017
Depression, attention deficit disorder, chronic disease – immersing yourself in the smells and sounds of nature with a slow walk in the countryside can relieve them all and do wonders to ease the pressure of city living, say eco-therapists
South China Morning Post, December 2017
NBC News, November 2017
Well + Good, October 2017
Health Magazine, November 2017
BBC, October 2017
Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority hopes residents will reconnect with nature in a more meaningful way
CBC News, October 2017
Digging into 'Shinrin-yoku', its links to health benefits and how it's practiced here
CBC News, October 2017
MindBodyGreen, October 2017
Doctor Oz, October 2017
Spirituality & Health, September 2017
Crixeo, September 2017
WebMD, August 2017
CNN, August 2017
Lifeehacker, August 2017
Dr. Weil, August 2017
Research shows it decreases stress, lowers blood pressure and wards off disease.
Huffington Post, July 2017
Huffington Post, July 2017
Science is learning more about the health benefits of going outside—at a time when access to wild spaces is ever-more unequal.
The Atlantic, June 2017
Sometimes called ParkRx, new programs aim to get people outdoors.
National Geographic, June 2017
MindyBodyGreen, March 2017
An emerging mindfulness practice, forest bathing is exactly what it sounds like.
Sierra, February 2017
People Magazine, December 2016
For amazing mood and health benefits, try shinrin-yoku, or a 'forest bath.'
Inc.com, October 2016
Quartz, September 2016
MindyBodyGreen, June 2016
The Japanese health trend is sweeping the nation—for good reason.
Country Living, May 2016
It’s more than just a happy mindset — it’s in the air.
The Science Explorer, February 2016
Wild Foundation, January 2016
Spending more time ‘forest bathing’ can have a positive effect on depression. Rob Penn on what we owe trees.
The Guardian, October 2015
MindBodyGreen, August 2015
A dose of the forest just might be the perfect prescription.
A Plus, May 2015
Spirituality & Health Magazine, February 2015
Department of Environmental Conservation, November 2014
American Forests, February 2013
Hiking Research, November 2012
Good for the spirit - and the body
Alive, September 2011
Research about the Japanese practice of forest bathing shows that time spent in nature lowers stress levels – and could even help fight cancer.
Healthy Parks Healthy People, December 2010