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Forest Bathing for children, educators and parents in the green hearts of busy Hong Kong

Carmen Fung has been a young children educator for many years and that easy, fresh sparkling laughter speaks a lot about her. She has seen Hong Kong’s hard working culture taking a toll on nature connectedness, but after the pandemic she witnessed another level of burnout in teachers, parents and children.  She transitioned from a …

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The secrets of the deep restorative approach of Horticultural Therapy

Daniela Silva-Rodríguez Bonazzi has thousands of photos of flowers on her cell phone and a dahlia from Monet’s garden as her wallpaper. At the age of 23, she was managing the World Potato Germplasm Bank in vitro, then created her own company and later left it to become one of the most accomplished embassadors of …

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Psychology in nature: Forest Bathing as a public policy in Lithuania

Ina Kalvanienė is a Clinical Psychologist who secretly played in the “forbidden” forest near her parent’s yard in a small town of Lithuania. As an FTHub Certified Forest Bathing Guide, she was called by the local health center supported by the National Health Ministry to run a series of forest bathing sessions for different community …

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When the forest works to break down stigmas

Erika DiPasquale lives in New Jersey, USA. She works as a children’s Book Editor in Brooklyn and has a very important “wellness practice piece” in her life as a Certificate Yoga teacher, Reiki Practitioner, and FTHub Forest Bathing Guide. She has guided for the American Cancer Society and stigma-free related organizations. Outstanding projects are on …

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Research, forest bathing and overmedication: the focus on reconnecting with oneself

Guadalupe’s resume is breathtaking. But she spends more time describing the jungles, mountains, sea and fireflies of Manzanillo, on the Mexican Pacific, the place of her childhood and youth to which she returns all the time. A full research professor at the University of Guadalajara’s Institute of Environment and Human Communities at the University Center …

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