Category: Forest Therapy

Nature Know Australia Attends Berowra Fauna Fair

Discover the highlights of Nature Know Australia’s recent attendance at the Berowra Fauna Fair. Learn how families enjoyed the Nature Moments session and the Minibeast hunt, and how the event celebrated the wonders of nature and environmental conservation. Read on for a delightful recap of this special occasion.

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International Day of Forests

March 21 Forests cover nearly one-third of the Earth’s land surface and provide people with goods such as timber, fuel, food and fodder, help combat climate change, protect biodiversity, soils, rivers and reservoirs, and...

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What are the benefits of forest therapy?

There are a myriad of benefits from participating in a forest therapy walk. These can be categorized as physical, mental and physiological. Physical benefits Physical improvements in taking a slow mindful forest therapy walk...


What is forest therapy?

Shinrin-yoku – wellbeing walk connected to nature The begininings of forest therapy developed with some interesting developmental work conducted by a Russian biochemist, Boris Tokin back in 1928. Tokin named the beneficial organic compounds...