Forest therapy enhances wellness through gentle immersion in forests and other natural environments. It derives from the Japanese practice "shinrin yoku," which translates to "forest bathing." Studies have found a range of health benefits from forest therapy, including stress reduction, better immune system functioning, enhanced creativity, and improved memory, mood, and attention. Urban Edge Forest Therapy (http://UrbanEdgeForestTherapy.com) is Manhattan's first forest therapy provider with a guide certified (currently in practicum stage) by the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy (http://www.natureandforesttherapy.org/). We offer public and private guided forest therapy walks in parks throughout Manhattan and the broader New York City area.