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Shinrin Yoku: Japanese Forest Bathing

Shinrin-Yoku is a traditional Japanese practise of immersing oneself in nature. Translated as “forest bathing” or “taking in the forest atmosphere”, it involves a full sensory immersion by mindfully activating all of our senses as we move through a natural environment, putting the body before the mind throughout the experience. We speak with Stefan Batorijs, a nature therapist in Devon, UK bringing the ancient Japanese wisdom to communities to build spiritual and psychological connections to nature, and educate on how we can learn to respect and include nature in our lives more deeply. Roots & Ritual is a Trippin production. Trippin is an independent platform that connects travel, culture and creativity like never before, collaborating with our community to uncover stories that are found at the intersection of social and cultural boundaries. www.trippin.world Produced by Yasmin Shahmir & Robyn Landau Edited by Ami Bennett Translated by Sara Ene Music by Project Gemini track “The Ritual” 

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Roots & Ritual takes the listener on an immersive audio experience for a deeper connection to cultures across the world through an understanding of the spirited rituals, ceremonies and practices that make them unique. Host Yasmin Shahmir explores how these traditions have travelled and are evolving to embrace the needs of individuals and communities today. Throughout the series we hear from Shamans, Elders, Authors, Practitioners and more, drawing connections between rituals past and present to uncover ways we can move through our lives and our world with more meaning.