The fascinating world of Forest Bathing and Forest Therapy for teenagers

Manuela Renzi lives in a small village in the Italian Alps. She is a Naturopath and soon graduated in Ecopsychology. An FTHub-trained Certified Forest Bathing Guide and Certified Forest Therapy Practitioner, also trainer and mentor, she works with the University of Padova on a pioneering project of nature-based interventions with adolescent students whose results amaze her:

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At the core of Forest Therapy and Social Prescribing

Marta Ayats is a nurse, Master in Tropical Medicine and trained in Emotional Ecology. Her work in International Cooperation and Action Against Hunger took her to South Sudan, Guinea Conakry and Guatemala. As a Forest Bathing Guide and Forest Therapy Practitioner, she has designed and led nature-based interventions for specific groups population, such as women

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Rosie Mc Laughlin

Wilderness bringing relief from mental and social health issues

Rosie Mc Laughlin hardly catches her breath between sentences, and just as passionately supports people in difficult social and personal situations. She is a Forest Bathing Guide trained by FTHub, is about to start working in the UK National Health Service (NHS), and is dedicated to her role as an Outreach Worker in Venture Trust,

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Forest Bathing within reach of people: three-day retreats, workshops and therapeutic forest

Milene Domingues is a Forest Bathing Guide and Forest Therapy Practitioner from Portugal trained by FTHub, after attending an introductory workshop in Lisbon. She offers through her project Ngura – Forest that Heals, one-day Forest Bathing sessions and two-day workshops in Obidos, and three-day Retreats in the Azores Islands. A place “without noise, cars or

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Adventure Therapy, a pioneering path to health through wild nature

This is the path of Natalia Ruiz de Cortázar, a pioneer in her professional area and Professor at FTHub: Master in Mental Health Counselling, psychologist, psychoeducational guide and Wilderness Therapist who develops her work through Experientia, a non-profit organisation formed by mental health and intervention professionals that offers a different and validated way of doing

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Art Therapy

The meeting of art, forest and health

Rita Nunes da Ponte is one of Forest Therapy Hub’s professors. Her masterclasses on Expressive Arts are one of a kind. Not only for her experience but for her profound approach to art, people and nature.  “It is as a member of SPAT’s training team that I am happy to coordinate our contribution to Forest

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