Shinrin Yoku 

Forest bathing

"Whoever opens a school door closes a prison."

Shinrin yoku

The phenomenon of "forest bathing" (Japanese shinrin-yoku, 森林 浴) has become internationally known from Japan since the 1980s. It describes the meditative experience and the health effects of a stay in the forest. Japanese scientists in particular have looked at changes in the immune system caused by forest habitat and measured an increased activity of natural killer cells .

森林 浴

"There are only two days in the year when you can not do anything. One is yesterday, the other tomorrow. This means that today is the right day for love, faith and, above all, life."