What is a forest bathing? It is an old and young lifestyle. In recent years, it has become an increasingly popular health trend in the world, just like yoga. The study of forest baths began in Japan. Since 1982, the Japanese government has noticed that many city residents were under increasing pressure and health problems. They had established a forest research center to measure the health benefits people had from spending time in nature. they called this activity -Shinrin-yoku, which is translated to forest bathing. The practice of forest bathing is essentially slowing down and opening up our senses to nature. These walks are not hiking, not a physical challenge, not a research of plants or wild animals. We will walk less than 2miles in three hours…Instead, the essence of the forest bathing is to immerse yourself in nature and to find out the inherent instincts of human beings who have lived in nature for a long time and are nourished by nature, to experience nature in a healing way. Just like our ancient ancestors.