Forest trail on the way to Oyster Dome on Blanchard Mountain may be providing more than exercise. The Japanese practice called Shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing,” refers to the process of soaking up the sights, smells and sounds of a natural setting to promote physiological and psychological health.
Forest trail on the way to Oyster Dome on Blanchard Mountain may be providing more than exercise. The Japanese practice called Shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing,” refers to the process of soaking up the sights, smells and sounds of a natural setting to promote physiological and psychological health. Staff The Bellingham Herald
Forest trail on the way to Oyster Dome on Blanchard Mountain may be providing more than exercise. The Japanese practice called Shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing,” refers to the process of soaking up the sights, smells and sounds of a natural setting to promote physiological and psychological health. Staff The Bellingham Herald

What’s ‘forest bathing’ and why it’s good for you

May 19, 2016 12:01 PM