Shinrin-Yoku (Forest Bathing) 6 Minutes
Eco Shorts • 6m 9s
Screened at over 74 International film festivals, Shinrin-Yoku (forest bathing) has won 15 film awards. This beautiful and mesmerizing short film (6 minutes) takes you on leisurely walks in beautiful forests. The practice originated in Japan where it is called (森林浴) Shinrin-Yoku, which translates to forest bathing. Shinrin-Yoku is proven by scientists to benefit physical as well as mental health as it helps to lower heart rate, lower blood pressure, reduce stress hormone production, boost immunity and mood and improve overall feelings of wellbeing.
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