Ahh, Spring. The birds are singing their favorite songs, daylight is more plentiful, neighbors are coming out of the woodwork, and outdoor festivals are posting their upcoming events; there is so much new life!
As a kid, summer was my favorite season, as it is for many kids. No school, playing outside until late into the evening, ice cream trucks, long days at the pool or beach, hanging out with friends. As an adult, I have come to better appreciate and revere each season for what it brings, but Spring has definitely become my new favorite season. I love the vibrant energy, watching the plant life emerge from the earth, and being in awe of the magnificent way Mother Nature paints the landscape with various colors and shapes.
I invite you to tap into this joy by enrolling in the Morning Nature Walk Program. While any day is a good day to begin the healthy practice of walking, Spring is a prime time. Some reasons are obvious, the weather is better, maybe we want to prepare for feeling better in lighter clothes or a bathing suit. The best reason, in my opinion, and the reason why this walking program is like no other is that in this program I outline, in detail how you can walk WITH Mother Nature, not just IN nature.
Connecting with nature has so many holistic health benefits not only for us; but for our planet. The research is now flowing with support for this practice. Would you like to enhance your joy, improve your immune system, feel calmer, sleep better, be more creative, better able to focus, and more? Did you know that a recent study from Cambridge University found that taking an 11-minute brisk walk every day, or walking 75 minutes per week, will lower your risk of stroke, heart disease, and a number of cancers?
Are you one of the many people who have awakened to the fact that we need to each take agency of our own health? There is no pill to magically fix many of the health problems that we can prevent in the first place.
Spring into action now and enroll in the Morning Nature Walk Program: LINK
You deserve to feel better in your own body.
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