Forest Bathing, What the Art and Science of Shinrin-Yoku Can Do For You

Its not a bunch of hippies skinny dipping in the woods. Thats the start of an article written by travel expert and owner of EscapingNY, Cassandra Brooklyn after her dive into Shinrin-Yoku or "Forest Bathing". The practice is not was developed in Japan in the 1980's but is catching on in other countries as an alternative to meditation. The practices emphasizes slowing down and connecting with nature using all 5 senses. It's been proven to help lower cortisol levels and blood pressure and its prescribed in many countries as a preventative health technique.

Below is our segment with Brooklyn and here is a resource locally if you'd like to hire a guide and give Forest Bathing a try. A link to Brooklyn's original article is here

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