To investigate the potential benefits of “indoor ecotherapy,” this study analyzed the influence of memory care residents with limited access to the outdoors viewing a video of nature photos with classical music. Residents were measured before and after viewing the video using a “tranquility scale,” along with memory care staff observations of each resident (before and after) as part of the analysis. Tranquility levels reported by residents were higher after the intervention than before the intervention. Tranquility levels among residents perceived by staff members was higher after the intervention. The findings suggest that Health Care Management and Recreational Therapy collaboration associated with indoor ecotherapy may enhance the quality of life for residents residing in a memory care facility