Looking for the most natural pleasure
Contemplative immersions in the landscape
We seek special places in the landscape or in the silence of the forest where to connect with nature from the most pleasant contemplation, in the stillness and the full observation.
Connect with Nature
Rupit, an idyllic location
Increase your Vitality
An experience that improves your mood and enhances vitality. It helps us increase our sensory perception and activate the intuition.
It makes us live the present more and experience the union between us and nature.
Nature as a space and a benchmark in strategy, resource optimization and decision-making is a great scenario to connect with excellence, and achieve great personal satisfaction.
Diminish the activity of the sympathetic nervous system (causing stress).
They increase the activity of the parasympathetic nervous system.
It reduces hypertension.
Improve the immune system (greater concentration of anticancer cells).
Improve cardiopulmonary capacity (bronchodilators).
They help prevent cancer, melanomas, parkinson and Alzheimer's, among others.
The spaces of silence are the main scenario that will allow us to transcend the experience of nature, providing new perspectives and perspectives towards our environment and towards ourselves.
Wooden bath: ½ day
Therapeutic forest route of 3 hours duration with specialized guide and exercises of immersion in the senses for groups of between 4 and 8 people.
Immersion in the landscape: from ½ day to 1 weekend
Personalized route with off-road transportation and specialized local guide, for private groups between 4 and 16 people.
Frequently asked questions
What is a forest bath or Shinrin Yoku?
What is a mature forest?
What is the scientific basis of forest therapy?
The antimicrobial and tumor cell suppressor effect of the volatile substances that emerge from mature trees (phytoncides, terpenes …) in the forest atmosphere would be the main responsible for the benefit of our immune system. A decrease in cortisol or stress hormone, lowering of blood pressure, reduced incidence of infarcts and strengthening of the body’s defenses has also been observed.
With advanced neurobiology techniques, it has been confirmed that walking or simply being in the forest reduces the activity of the prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain where the cognitive functions and executors are found, such as planning, solving problems and making decisions. However, it has been observed that the activity moves to other parts of the brain related to emotion, empathy and pleasure.
What happens if it rains?
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