Healing Forest is a learning journey to know the art of healing through nature, and the science behind nature healing. Discover your own path in the woods that leads to peace, purpose and good health. We share the best ideas and practices from across the planet. Through creativity and mindfulness we help you experience nature’s healing powers. Join us to explore fascinating forests and beautiful nature connection activities.

“Our aim is simple. Helping people heal. Helping forests heal.”

Countries around the world are uncovering scientific proof about the remarkable healing abilities of nature. Japan and South Korea have even developed the wonderful practice of forest bathing. With our overloaded minds, overworked bodies, and overwhelmed souls, returning to nature can yield surprising results. Here’s a short 5 minute video that shows you how.

As humans, we have evolved in nature. It’s where we feel most comfortable. Multiple research on the healing powers of nature has shown a variety of benefits for our mental, and physical health. It provides a simple and effective way for avoiding stress, anxiety, depression, as well as reducing their ill-effects. Connecting with nature boosts our body’s immunity, energy levels and healing ability. It improves our mood, sleep, memory as well as focus. Nature also has a soothing influence on our relationships and emotional well-being.

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A peaceful mind and a healthy body are invaluable gifts. Learning new ways of taking care of our own wellbeing, sends ripples of positive change across our lives. Please try our Nature Calm course with over 100+ ideas for your mind and body, heart and soul.

Just like the forest, this site has many treasures waiting to be discovered. Inspiring articles, films, and stories filled with new insights. The more you explore, the more you find. Do subscribe to our newsletter and receive fresh ideas from our blog in your inbox, once every month.

85 thoughts on “HEALING FOREST

  1. When I was a very young girl I would find myself escaping to the nearest forest. At 4 I remember running away to the trees in a park; at 10 to the empty lot at the end of the street; at 14 I rode my bicycle to the end of the subdivision; and at 18 to the Colorado Rockies, then to a Yosemite, John Muir National Park, then the Oregon Cascades. then to the Sawtooth Mountains. All of my life I have been saved by trees, birds, running creeks, adventures on unknown trails, journeys down wild rivers, meditations at my favorite waterfall. There would be no life for me if there wasn’t a forest, river, sea or big tree to feel loved and healed.

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  2. I saw this on fb. I live surrounded by forest and our community’s hiking trails are directly out my back door here in Nova Scotia. I heartily concur with what this video has spoken. Kudos for such an excellently produced and photographed video!

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