SICHUAN, May 1 -- Sichuan Forestry Society for the first time announced two forest therapy routes, which are through Emei forests and Dujiangyan-Siguliang Mountain forests. According to the strategic plan, another 10 to 15 forest therapy corridors will be developed till 2022 in the province.
Route of Emei forests therapy(photo/163.com)
Shinrin-yoku, namely forest bathing or forest therapy is a term as a practice for relaxation and preventative healthcare - by just being in the presence of trees, which was first coined as part of a national public health program in Japan in the 1980s. Inspired by ancient Shinto and Buddhist practices, this green concept has been growing in global popularity.
By Xin Shuyu