The forest… This inspiring, restful, refreshing and oxygenating place. Walking there is always a source of happiness. With family, lovers or friends, a walk in the forest brings you many benefits for the body and for the mind. This activity is free and accessible to all and should be practiced without moderation.
The forest, good for body and soul
As you know, walking is a very beneficial sport for our moral and physical health. However, its effectiveness is enhanced if walking is practiced in a natural environment such as the forest. A walk in the forest:
Do you know the magic of shinrin yoku?
Shinrin yoku (or "forest bathing") is a very popular Japanese practice. The principle is to reconnect with nature and regain our ability to heal through plants, by taking walks in the forest. In France, we rather speak of sylvotherapy (or arbotherapy). A technique that consists of embracing trees to get closer to nature and find a feeling of well-being.
The forest, a world conducive to discovery
Beyond the virtues on our health, the forest is a place where we never get bored. There are so many things to discover in the heart of nature, and especially in this magical place. A simple walk in the forest allows us to rediscover our inner child, to keep our five senses awake, and to marvel at everything around us. How can you keep yourself busy on a forest walk?
Going for a walk in the forest is an activity that appeals to both children and adults. This immersion in nature is an opportunity to learn, play and share. As you will have understood, there are only advantages to walking in the woods.