Benefits of Tree Climbing
Builds self confidence
Extends attention span
Year round activity
Increases positive emotions
Decreases negative emotions
Engaging outdoor activity
Develops creative thinking
Fun, fun fun!
"Our comparison of tree-assisted therapy found greater reductions in participant tension, anxiety, depression, and anger and a greater increase in participant vitality."
- Dr. John Gathright
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Comparison of the Physiological and Psychological Benefits of Tree and Tower Climbing pdf
John Gathright - Arboriculture & Urban Forestry
Therapeutic and Societal Benefits from Technical Recreational Tree Climbing Programs pdf
John Gathright - Urban Forestry & Urban Greening
Benefits and risks of tree climbing on child development and resiliency pdf
Carla Gull, Suzanne Levenson Goldstein, Tricia Rosengarten - International Journal of Early Childhood Environmental Education
How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain
Gretchen Reynolds - The New York Times
Exploring Connections Between Trees and Human Health pdf
USDA Forest Service Science Findings
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