Jasmine Nunns, a certified forest therapy guide, founded her Hong Kong company, Kembali, to encourage city residents to reconnect with nature through forest therapy walks and workshops. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Jasmine Nunns, a certified forest therapy guide, founded her Hong Kong company, Kembali, to encourage city residents to reconnect with nature through forest therapy walks and workshops. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jasmine Nunns, a certified forest therapy guide, founded her Hong Kong company, Kembali, to encourage city residents to reconnect with nature through forest therapy walks and workshops. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Why Hongkongers should embrace nature and city’s great outdoors, says forest therapy guide Jasmine Nunns

  • Studies prove people with hectic lifestyles who relax in countryside improve their cardiovascular system, quality of sleep and mood, and reduce stress
  • More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong comprises unspoilt protected country parks, forest trails and reserves, says founder of Kembali

Topic |   Holiday at Home
Jasmine Nunns, a certified forest therapy guide, founded her Hong Kong company, Kembali, to encourage city residents to reconnect with nature through forest therapy walks and workshops. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Jasmine Nunns, a certified forest therapy guide, founded her Hong Kong company, Kembali, to encourage city residents to reconnect with nature through forest therapy walks and workshops. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jasmine Nunns, a certified forest therapy guide, founded her Hong Kong company, Kembali, to encourage city residents to reconnect with nature through forest therapy walks and workshops. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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