23 Green Corners You Can Create for Your Next Event

23 Green Corners You Can Create for Your Next Event

During the 1980s, the Japanese came up with an interesting concept that later became the cornerstone of preventive health care and healing. It’s called “shinrin-yoku,” and it means “taking in the forest atmosphere” or the “forest bathing.”


This idea revolves around the impact nature has on our well-being and health. What shinrin-yoku has to do with your event? After all, you can’t exactly incorporate a “walk in the forest” into your event program. But if you want to design a holistic experience for your attendees, you can still find a way to have them connect with nature—by designing a green corner where they can relax between knowledge sessions and during breaks. Check out these examples.
















































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