September 20, 2020

The Japanese Practice of Forest Bathing

“forest bathing” originates from the japanese practice called shinrin-yoku. shinrin in Japanese means “forest,” and yoku means “bath.” shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere; immersing one’s self in the bountiful mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual benefits of nature.



some of our favourite bluboho collections and pieces are inspired by nature. we take a lot of textures, meanings, and concepts from mother earth and design our pieces with nature in mind. our seedling collection and imprint forest collection are both inspired by the beauty and strength of the natural world, and hold meanings very closely related to immersing one's self in nature and building roots.


as seeds break through from the soil into the sunlight above, seedlings become the physical manifestation of possibility. you realize how far you've come, having sown the seeds of the person you once were. with each passing day you grow into your newfound capacity to become a self-sustaining being of epic proportions.



like the rings imprinted in the trunk of a tree or the impression of leaves on the forest floor, your loved ones leave indelible marks on your soul. gathered over the course of a lifetime, these imprints act as a record of the love we have received and the impact we’ve left on others. the imprint bracelet reflects nature’s unique ability to capture the traces of life’s journey upon every living thing. 



Written By Accumula
email uscall usmon - fri   9am - 5pm ESTvisit usbook virtual appointmentsubscribe
subscribesign up today for the latest news, updates, and collection launches.
Bluboho © 2024Terms of ServicePrivacy Policy