News, Press & Newsletter

INFTA is involved in a range of media activities related to Public health and, more specifically, to the benefits of Forest Therapy.

On this page, please find some of the latest news regarding INFTA and Forest Therapy. You can also download the latest INFTA Newsletter or signup to receive our quarterly newsletters in future. We have also compiled a number of RSS news feeds from related sources.
Dooliebeal Reserve
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INFTA at Dooliebeal Reserve

As part of promoting Forest Therapy and conservation of forests and nature, INFTA’s President discussed matters with Jim Mason, Councillor at the Greater Geelong City

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Nullabor Forest Therapy
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Forest Therapy Extremes

What sort of terrain, trees and forested sites are suitable for Forest Therapy? While INFTA-Certified Forest Therapy Guides already operate in the most expensive city

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Forest Therapy Guide Training - Pallotti College
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FT Introduction at Pallotti College

The last introductory, five-day, face-to-face Forest Therapy Guide workshop in 2022 was completed successfully at Pallotti College, Victoria/Australia. This training was attended by trainees from

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Forest Discovery Center Dwellingup
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FT Introduction at Dwellingup

As a novelty, an introductory, five-day, face-to-face Forest Therapy Guide workshop was completed successfully at the Forest Discovery Center at Dwellingup, Western Australia. This training

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Forest Therapy Guide Training - Pallotti College
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FT Introduction at Pallotti College

Another introductory, five-day, face-to-face Forest Therapy Guide workshop was completed successfully at Pallotti College, Victoria/Australia. This training was attended by trainees from Victoria and New

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INFTA publishes a quarterly newsletter about current events, research and developments in Forest Therapy from around the world.

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