FTI is proud to be part of a new accomplishment for Forest Bathing practice in reaching even more people who may need and enjoy it to improve their health and wellbeing. After a few months of close relationship with FTI, including a Colaboration Protocol and an successful First Iberoamerican Congress on Nature-based Health and Wellbeing Practices, Forests National Corporation of …

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Forest Therapy Institute celebrated the 2nd Forest and Nature Based Health & Well-being Practices Summit this June, in a four day Congress that boosted the networking and partnerships among Nature Connection, Nature and Mental Health and Forest and Wellbeing Practices.  FTI is also delighted for having raised more than 3000 euros from the entries of the summit that will all …

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The First Iberoamerican Congress on Nature-based Health and Wellbeing Practices was organized by Forest Therapy Institute and the National Forest Corporation of the government of Chile (Conaf). It’s been a historic meeting with 26 speakers from Spain, South Africa, Chile, Portugal, Brazil, Colombia, Ireland, Peru -including the Awajuny Wampis Naw nation- and the US. More than two thousand people from …

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After participating in the III Congress of the International Forest Therapy, the FTI, in collaboration with INature, will organize the International Forest Therapy IV Congress, which will be held from October 28 to 31 at Luso in Portugal, the FTI headquarters. The conference will feature international professionals who will discuss the status of the latest research in Health and Forests, …

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Representatives of the Forest Therapy Institute (FTI) have met with different Chilean government entities in order to articulate a stable collaboration protocol. Among those attending the event, the Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Agriculture was present, the Manager of Protected Wild Areas (CONAF) and responsible for the accessibility to wild areas and relations with universities. As an important …

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