forest bathing

(名詞) 森林浴 (在森林或類似自然環境中散步或旅行)。
forest bather (名詞):森林浴者;從事森林浴活動的人。

One study published in January included data on 280 healthy people in Japan, where visiting nature parks for therapeutic effect has become a popular practice called 'Shinrin-yoku,' or 'forest bathing.' ... The scientists found that being among plants produced 'lower concentrations of cortisol, lower pulse rate, and lower blood pressure,' among other things.
—Anahad O'Connor, "The Claim: Exposure to Plants and Parks Can Boost Immunity," The New York Times, July 6, 2010