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Forest Bathing for families & kids with Art, Holistic and Planetary Health focus in UK

Jessica Wilkinson lives in Manchester (UK) but has spent most of her life in the countryside. She likes to call herself a “Family Nature Wellbeing, Children’s Mindfulness Teacher” specialized in nature connection, art and yoga.  She studied Art, worked in a company with young people, trained to be a teacher, quit that job and created …

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Pioneer path of Forest Bathing for Forest Foundation Philippines

Rose Prudente-Jocson, FTHub Forest Bathing Guide and soon to be Forest Therapy Practitioner lives in the Philippines and was asked to design and lead a Forest Bathing program in a forest run by one of the biggest development companies in the country. Measuring blood pressure and mood states of the participants, she is having great results. …

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Corporate Forest Bathing Expertise in the forests of India 

« I lived in Mumbai, which is a concrete jungle, but it still has trees in the streets, and I love trees ». Vaishnavi Viswanathan is an FTHub Forest Bathing Guide and trainer living now in Bangalore, a pioneer in Corporate Forest Bathing in India. As a Psychologyst and MBA in Human Resources, she has guided hundreds …

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Groundbreaking Nature and Adventure Therapy for the disabled paired with nondisabled in the Himalayas

M.A. Psych Tanya Ginwala is an Experiential educator and a passionate Adventure and Nature-based Therapist. She is the Indian representative in the International Adventure Therapy Committee. She initiated the “Adventure and Nature Based Therapy – India” Study Group and has her online practice with patients. She also runs Forest Bathing walks around her neighborhood, as …

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