Why Nature Is Good For You:

The Science

The scientific research looking at the practice of Nature and Forest Therapy shows that it has many psychological and physiological health benefits that supports every aspect of our well-being.

Some examples include:
  • Boosted immune function
  • Improved cardiovascular and respiratory health
  • Attention restoration
  • Reduction in stress and depression

At its core, all of these effects come from restoring the relationship between people and place.

For those struggling with ecological grief and the weight of global warming, the restoring of our relationship to place is the beginning of the healing process for both ourselves and the planet.
CLICK HERE to read the research on Nature and Forest Therapy.


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