“I was curious to learn about Forest Bathing since I heard an NPR interview about the practice that sounded interesting. I signed up for a walk in Piedmont Park with Phyllis and I noticed things in the park that I had never noticed in the 50 years I had been walking the same paths. Besides being so much calmer at the end of the walk I also felt that I learned some wonderful ways to observe nature.” - Julia E.
Create Your Own Walk Looking for something different to celebrate a birthday, or for that matter, any special event? Transition into a new life feeling healthier, less stressed and happier after a calming walk through the most beautiful natural settings in Atlanta with Phyllis Abramson,RN, PhD a Cer...
"After I opened my eyes, the green looked a lot greener. And I began to see things I hadn't noticed before: the flutter of birds, the ripple of the water, the swaying of trees." Absolutely lovely introduction to forest bathing!
Humans and nature can and should coexist. Working on sustainable energy technologies, new eco-friendly farming practices, and creative use of architecture to incorporate natural surroundings into designs are all steps we should be taking to increase human contact with nature.