Shinrin-Yoku: Experience the Benefits of Forest-bathing
About the event
This International Earth Day, join qualified Shinrin-Yoku practitioner Elena, to discover how practising forest bathing can deepen your connection with nature and encourage you to be present, mindful and still. You will be introduced to the research conducted in Japan by doctors and scientists who have been able to prove, with tangible evidence, how being in nature can really improve our body and mental health. We’ll also explore how to bring the forest indoors to enjoy the benefits of forest bathing even when at home.
This interactive event is not one to miss!
This event will be delivered online via Zoom. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help accessing Zoom or you if have any other questions.
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Elena Iezzi, 25, is from Venice, Italy and now lives in London. She graduated in Language, Civilisation and the Science of Language from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice. She fell in love with nature and the outdoors during her thirteen years as a Girl Scout in Italy, which sparked a curiosity in her to explore and study the benefits that being exposed to nature has on our body and mind. This is when she became familiar with the concept of Shinrin-Yoku and first began to experiment with it in the Alps in Italy. Her passion for the subject led her to study for a diploma in Shinrin-Yoku and she now practises it in the parks of London as part of her daily routine, so is keen to share this with others.