Sat, Feb 06 | Silky Oak Espresso

Gratitude Walk Silky Oak Strathpine

Gratitude Walk the 1st Saturday of the month, meet at Silky Oak Espresso coffee shop corner Gympie Road and Buckby Street Strathpine. We meed at 7am. We walk along 5-mile creek and back for coffee at 8am.

Time & Location

Feb 06, 7:00 AM GMT+10 – Dec 04, 11:00 AM GMT+10
Silky Oak Espresso, 533-535 Gympie Rd, Strathpine QLD 4500, Australia

About The Event

Gratitude Walk the 1st  Saturday of the month, meet at Silky Oak Espresso coffee shop corner Gympie Road and Buckby Street Strathpine. We meed at 7am. We walk along 5-mile creek and back for coffee at 8am. 

In-line with recommendation we will be practising social distancing and being 1.5 metres apart during the walk. Only attend if you are well and we all need to exercise, in fresh air and sunshine and to practice gratitude.  

This #Gratitudewalk promotes respectful relationships and says No to Domestic Violence. This walk offers victims, survivors, family and friends, community members a group to connect with and to join in an inexpensive form of physical activity in a safe and supportive environment. A range of people attend the walks, which creates a great support network. 

Benefits

Outdoor walking groups have wide-ranging health benefits including reducing blood pressure, body fat, total cholesterol & the risk of depression. Being grateful & practising gratitude helps to increase happiness & reduce depression. Walking with a group also reduces social isolation & increases feelings of connectedness.

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Schedule


  • 1 hour 30 minutes
    Gratitude Walk Silky Oak Strathpine
    Silky Oak Espresso Strathpine

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
    Gratitude Walk Silky Oak Espresso Strathpine
    Silky Oak Espresso Strathpine
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