Walking for Wellbeing: Third Session Via Zoom
Things To Know
Almost 100 years ago, Edward Bok created Bok Tower Gardens as a place to escape the electrically driven world. Today this invitation is more relevant than ever. Being in nature is not merely nice, it is vital to our wellbeing. The restorative powers of nature are well documented and include making us happier, healthier and more creative. If you have ever noticed feeling calmer after a walk in nature, you know the natural world can be your partner for growth and healing. Walking for Wellbeing is a free program at Bok Tower Gardens for members that immerses participants in nature through a series of self-guided walks. Each walk is built around the following themes: awe, awareness, kindness, gratitude, wonder, and interdependence. The walks correspond to various locations around the Garden. After attending a mandatory Orientation Zoom meeting and receiving Walking for Wellbeing instructions, participants complete their walks during operating hours of the Garden, as their own schedules permit. We also request that you attend a midway check-in and a concluding meeting.
Event Date & Time
VIRTUAL ZOOM DISCUSSION – MUST BE ENROLLED IN FIRST SESSION
Saturday, April 9, 2022
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Free & Exclusive with membership
Ticket price includes general admission to the Gardens. Tickets are available for purchase at www.boktower.org, in person at the Visitor Center or by phone at 863-734-1222. All programs and classes promptly begin at stated time and visitors are encouraged to arrive at least 10 minutes before class begins for check-in. Check-in begins 30 minutes prior to the class start time. Culinary events are demonstration based and late arrivals may not be accommodated. For classes held after 5 pm, the entrance gate will stay open for an additional 30 minutes after the start time. Once the gate closes, late arrivals will not be admitted. Due to the nature of culinary events held at the Outdoor Kitchen, Bok Tower Garden may attempt, but cannot guarantee, to accommodate food allergies. Dogs are not permitted at any educational program.