An AP article by Beth J Hapaz in Japan Today describes “forest bathing” as mindful walks in the woods. “It’s the practice of immersing yourself in nature to improve your well-being, and interest in the concept is growing, with spas, resorts, retreat centers, gardens and parks offering guided “forest bathing” experiences.”
Trout Point Lodge in Kemptville, Nova Scotia is cited as one place amongst others in Japan, the USA and Dominica, where people will travel to for such experiences. View article in japantoday.com.
I know many Nova Scotians who do such bathing without calling it such, but they don’t do it in clearcuts!