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Forest Bathing for teams and companies: when nature empowers learning processes

Domenec Romera i Cot studied Economics. His soul is full of theater, good living, passion for nature and family, and a special gift with people. A wonderful formula for his role as a specialist in team management “through reconnection capsules, with transformative outdoor experiences that generate opportunities to recognize, share, co-create and co-learn as a …

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Forest Bathing with Sign Language: the encounter of calm, silence and awareness

Cristina Rodriguez Gonzalez has a fascinating combination of humility, sweet voice and unstoppable tenacity that has led her to be one of the most prolific Guides. She is an FTHub Forest Therapy Practitioner and Environmental Engineer who founded Shinrin Yoku Santander, in Spain, thanks to a process of networking and self-improvement. In addition to giving …

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Rethinking National green areas with Forest Bathing: “Parks are also a place to feel good”

Carlo Bifulco has a PhD in Forestry and Natural Resources Engineering. One of the first Italians to be certified as a Forest Bathing Guide, he has traveled the world with a deep love for forests and especially for plants. He has promoted the latest FTHub training in the spectacular Monti Sibillini National Park in Italy. …

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Forest Bathing and native communities: when the practice meets ancestral heritage

Paulino Najera Rivera is an elder of the original Bröràn people of Terraba, Costa Rica. His participation in the I Global Summit Sciencie, Nature and Health left the attendees speechless. He radiates ancestral wisdom, calm, humility and a deep respect for both his land and new knowledge. One might think that Don Paulino, as he …

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UBC’s Guangyu Wang: The science of Forest Therapy, the whys and hows of the healing power of nature

Guangyu Wang was born in Southeast China. Is now Associate Dean and Professor of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia, Director of the UBC’s Multidisciplinary Institute of Natural Therapy (MINT), and Director National Park Research Centre.  After a childhood in the subtropical countryside among wild and domestic animals, he studied Forestry, …

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