WOMEN wanting to head outdoors, improve their fitness, or who are craving some well-deserved “me” time may enjoy the free Walk 4 Wellbeing – an eight-week focus on recovery, self-care and reconnection that started last Saturday (2 October) and ends Sunday 28 November.
Participants will be joined by an online community of like-minded women who are ready to get away from being overwhelmed, recover from the impacts of lockdowns and re-energise for the start of 2022.
Women can join the event no matter where they are. Everyone’s journey is different, so participants choose their own experience by selecting their distance and the number of days they walk or run each week. They can sign up for five kilometres per week or choose a longer distance and challenge themselves to go further. Options include joining solo or with friends.
For those with family and friends interstate or overseas this is a perfect opportunity to reconnect on a joint virtual adventure.
The walk offers access to resources, including free webinars and prizes.
The Walk 4 Wellbeing is an initiative of the Women’s Spirit Project, a group of women who volunteer their time to connect, motivate and support women to stay well through access to affordable health, fitness and wellbeing activities.
The walk is supported by Family Life, WHISE, RAW Travel, Monash University, Frankston Council, Frankston Revitalisation Board and Pressroom Philanthropy.