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Forest Bathing: How Japan's Shinrin-Yoku Is Becoming Popular in India

Shinrin-Yoku is a part of the ancient health practices and therapy for well-being in Japan and Asia. It engages all the senses by breathing in the fresh air of the forest, observing the trees and different foliage, listening to the forest sounds, tasting the fruits, while feeling the forest deeply within your soul.

Hamsini M Murthy, a public relations officer of a leading school who also conducts forest bathing workshops, is passionate about trees and

gardens. She says, “Trees are not ornamental accessories but complex and intelligent beings. This awareness can only come by connecting deeply with the tree.”

Learn more about how this practice is becoming popular in India here:

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