Why Swimming Is Lagoons In Geres National Park Is Makes You Fell  Healthy

Why Swimming Is Lagoons In Geres National Park Is Makes You Fell Healthy

Do you know that feeling of peace and calm when you are in the nature? The sounds of the forest, the scent of the plants and earth, the sunlight flowing into the trees and the fresh, clean air. Nature therapy is a method used to reduce stress and technostress and it is also known as Shinrin-Yoku. Shinrin-Yoku is developed in Japan during 1980s and now is becoming preventive health care and healing therapy in Japanese medicine. Studies has shown that being in nature reduces stress, anger, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness, regulates blood pressure, improves concentration and mental clarity amongst the participants.
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Do you know that feeling of peace and calm when you are in the nature? The sounds of the forest, the scent of the plants and earth, the sunlight flowing into the trees and the fresh, clean air. Nature therapy is a method used to reduce stress and technostress and it is also known as Shinrin-Yoku. Shinrin-Yoku is developed in Japan during 1980s and now is becoming preventive health care and healing therapy in Japanese medicine. Studies has shown that being in nature reduces stress, anger, anxiety, depression and sleeplessness, regulates blood pressure, improves concentration and mental clarity amongst the participants.
Here are 5 tips on how to practice forest bathing while exploring Geres National Park.

1. Turn off your phone, camera or any other distractions and be fully present in the moment, even for and hour or two! Our guides will happily take photos for you and send them to you after the trip.

2. Leave behind your goals and expectations! Allow your body to take wherever it wants, relax, take deep breaths, just be present and rest in being.     

3. In the forest, time goes by quickly, so pause from time to time and look more closely at a leaf, notice the sensation of the path beneath your feet and breeze of fresh air. Let your body enjoy being in it´s natural habitat.

4. After a hike find comfortable place to sit, don´t speak and just listen to the sounds surrounding sounds. You´ll see how the behaviour of the birds and other animals changes when they become used to your presence.

5. Try talking as less as possible during the trip and let yourself and others enjoy and relax. Gather after the trip and share your experiences with others.

Join us until November 2020 and take you own conclusions.