Interviews (EN)

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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Guiding walks and interventions implemented as public policy

Claudia Tolosa Ruiz and Tanit Diego are Forest Therapy Practitioners trained by FTHub since they converged to train in Urkiola Natural Park, Basque Country. Since then their careers took a deep sense of connection with nature not so new in their lives, but professionally. They carry forward the implementation of Forest Bathing as a public

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The deep bond between Breathwork and Forest Bathing

Marta Grabowska has a degree in Social Sciences at Warsaw University and a postgraduate in Coaching and Mentoring. She is a certified Breathworker, Holistic Trainer and FTHub Forest Bathing Guide. Her professional path from corporations and working with international teams, to the deep world of Breathwork, indoors and outdoors. Her most peace-transmitting voice says a

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Studying the therapeutic value of nature: an approach from psychology, tourism and well-being

Montse Subirana Malaret holds a PhD in Psychology and works as a researcher and as a professor at the University of Barcelona, the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya and other institutes of high education. Her professional roots in tourism and her experience with diverse groups and cultures awakened her passion for human personality and behavior. This

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Canada’s Green prescription initiative: a history-making quest in a natural paradise

Melissa Lem’s first job as a practising physician was in northern British Columbia. There she was, a newly minted rural family doctor in her twenties, providing full-service primary care, delivering babies in the middle of the night, and managing critically ill patients in a rural emergency room surrounded by forest, bears and mountains.  As an

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