Walk for Mental Health
A good walk can do wonders for your mental wellbeing.
It improves self-perception and self-esteem, mood and sleep quality, and it reduces stress, anxiety and fatigue. Physically active people have up to a 30% reduced risk of becoming depressed and staying active helps those who are depressed recover.
Lunchtime Walk - join us
Let's track our miles as we step out
Wednesday 11th MAY @ 12:00
Friday 13th May @ 13:00
Phase 5/Head Office, Doncaster or Gedding Road
JOIN Sue, Helen and Jane and help add to the miles covered for your area. It will be great to connect outside whilst walking.
Sue OShea, Mental Health First Aider ONLINE PHASE 5 & HEAD OFFICE
Meet & Finish outside Product Reception
Helen Caveney, Mental Health First Aider ONLINE DONCASTER
Meet & Finish at Reception
Jane Connell, Mental Health First Aider ONLINE GEDDING ROAD
Meet & Finish outside Gedding Reception
Well renowned walker Julia Bradbury has put together a guide that gives tips for walkers and shares some of the benefits of walking.
She most crucially shares some do's and don'ts and provides an essential kit list to enable you to make the most of the great outdoors