Urban hike for mental health - Thames Path West: B

Sat Aug 21 2021 at 09:45 am to 05:00 pm

Queenstown Road (Battersea) | London

Urban hikes for mental health
Publisher/HostUrban hikes for mental health
Urban hike for mental health - Thames Path West: B Experience the mental and physical health benefits of walking with others in London. Includes guided conversations and mindfulness practice
About this Event

Urban hikes for mental health are for people aged 16+ who want to feel more connected to their surroundings, themselves and others.

The hikes will give you an opportunity to:

  • Discover London’s urban and natural spaces
  • Explore the connection between walking and wellbeing
  • Participate in a mindfulness practice led by a qualified practitioner
  • Engage in guided conversations on how to enhance your own mental health
  • Connect with others

The details

Start point: 9.45am at Queenstown Rd station, Battersea for a prompt 10am departure

End point: Barnes Bridge station, approx 4.30 - 5pm

Approximate mileage: 8 miles

Please note this is a whole day event which consists of walking, guided conversations about mental health and breaks.

Essential information for all urban hikes:

  • Bring your own lunch, snacks and plenty of water
  • Wear suitable footwear and comfortable clothing, and come prepared for all weathers
  • There are toilets and cafes/pubs at both the mid-point and the end point of all hikes
  • You may wish to bring something to sit on, as the guided conversations involve sitting on the ground
  • Your facilitator will carry a small first aid kit, however if there are any items you know you will need, please bring these with you
  • Urban hikes are suitable for those aged 16+. 16-17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult
  • Photos may be taken for marketing purposes however your consent will be sought before any photos of you are used

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Queenstown Road (Battersea), Queenstown Road, London, United Kingdom

Tickets

GBP 10.00 to GBP 30.00

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