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Many cultures have long been aware of the unique connection we have with nature. I have suggested that people are drawn to aromatherapy as a way to reconnect with nature. it is not surprising that many researchers have discovered that essential oils are strongly implicated as a means of plants interacting with humans.
In this webinar we explore the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku - which translates literally to forest bathing. We examine the positive health outcomes of forest bathing and how essential oils can mimic the therapeutic benefits of shinrin-yoku. We also explore four precious essential oils unique to the forests of Japan – sugi leaf, sugi wood, hinoki leaf and hinoki wood.