Well-being walking group
Walking is an activity many of us enjoy. The gentle, rhythmic movement is grounding and, of course, being outdoors in nature can feel very uplifting; when did you ever come back from a walk feeling worse than you did when you left home?
Another thing which supports our well-being is connection with other people. We are social animals, so whether it's a light-hearted chat with a neighbour about the weather, or a heart-to-heart with a friend, spending time with others is important.
With these things in mind, I'm starting a monthly well-being walking group. It's open to everyone - adults, children and four-legged friends. The weekend walks will be leisurely, in some of the lovely opens spaces on the Wirral, lasting around 1.5 to 2 hours. It's free to join in, so why not come along and give it a go?
If you'd like to join in, get in touch: email@example.com
Hosted by Sarah King
Sarah King is a BACP registered integrative therapist, based on the Wirral. She is particularly interested in how the natural environment can support our healing and growth, working with issues such as depression, anxiety, self esteem and confidence.