Jane's Walk Toronto: Walk as workout!

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Jane's Walk Toronto
Walk as Workout!

Getting outside is good for you! This walk explores the positive psychological effects of walking in nature. 

Walk description from Janeswalk.org: "Psychology research has shown that "blue-green" walks (outside and beside water) are most successful at elevating mood. Physiology and neuroscience research shows that elevating the heart rate to 150 bpm increases firing of feel-good neurotransmitters such as endorphins, serotonin, and dopamine. Join one of North America's leading experts on walking for exercise, Lee Scott, on a mood elevating blue-green walking workout around the historic Humber River. Get tips on making your walk a workout and staying injury free. Get ready to sweat a little. Get ready for fun!"

Find out more about this Walk!

See more Jane's Walks with a Greenbelt theme!

 


WHEN
May 06, 2016 at 7pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
Etienne Brulé park parking lot
13 Crosby Ave
Toronto, ON M6S 2B8
Canada
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