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Need We Say More? Shinrin-Yoku

Need We Say More? Shinrin-Yoku

By: Stephanie Andrews

Photo courtesy of Lisse L.

Shinrin-Yoku is a Japanese concept that most closely translates to “a forest bath.” To me, this means slowing down and connecting with nature. Walking through the woods, noticing the smells, textures, colors, and sounds provides an opportunity to improve my health, both mentally and physically. I also notice that my creativity and curiosity expands during and after a forest bath.