The effects of nature on well-being
Ever since childhood, nature has provided us with peace, security, resistance, nourishment, various doctrines, good will, exercise, adaptation, creativity, our own space and meaningful doing.
Later in life, the importance of the forest has become even more pronounced as responsibility, performance focus, stress, and consuming efficiency have accumulated over the years to replace childhood carelessness.
Even a short stay in nature has been studied to improve human well-being, so doing exercises in the middle of nature is a very effective way to achieve a restful, balanced and refreshed state of being.
Imagine what it would be like to get into the middle of nature? Could the healing power of nature benefit you too?