Angela Kariniemi Forest Bathing

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This video highlights some of the research from Japan on the benefits of forest bathing that we read about this week. Alan Logan makes a strong point that In a world where cities will continue to grow with the increasing population, it is going to be important to have research for city planners to look at so that they will keep and maintain some of the forests we have now..as he says, much harder to bring back a forest than to keep the one that is there. Shinrin-Yoku Forest BathingDesktop Background.bmp
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It's interesting to see the work that is being done to validate this type of therapy. Thanks for sharing this video!

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