What exactly is forest bathing? The term emerged in Japan in the 1980s as a physiological and psychological exercise called Shinrin-yoku. Shinrin Yoku [literally translated as taking in the ‘forest atmosphere’ or ‘forest bathing’] is a concept evolved as an ecotherapy or eco-antidote to address the damage of the tech-boom. It is a therapy that bridges the gap between humans and the natural world. Forest bathing does not involve actual bathing.
THE FOREST BATHING PROJECTAmenities & Infrastructure
24*7 Security | Internal Tar Roads | 100% Power Backup for Common Areas | Lavish Entrance Gate with Security Cabin | Well Lit Common Areas | Planned Forest Zones | Ample Car Park Space | Overhead Water Tank | Rain Water Harvesting | Water Drainage System
Plot demarcation | Individual 7/12 Extract | Water Connection | Electricity Connection | 6 Fruit Trees | 6 Flowering Trees
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