Pause with Nature
In light of the current situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and in an abundance of caution, the Nature Conservancy of Canada is temporarily suspending all in-person events, including Conservation Volunteers, until April 30. Watch this space for more information.June 6, 2020
Reduce stress and enhance your well-being with a dose of nature
1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Doors open at 12:30 p.m.
Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Main Theatre
2445 Albert Street, Regina, SK
Many people are looking for a natural way to reduce stress and enhance their well-being. Research findings suggest that natural settings such as parks, wilderness areas, urban green spaces and gardens can reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression and can restore our attention and counter the mental fatigue that today’s urban and sensory-filled environments cause.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada is partnering with like-minded community organizations to break down stigmas and barriers that people face when wanting to get outdoors. Industry leaders will help you explore what nature can do for your mental health. You will be inspired to incorporate nature into your life for your mental and physical well-being and leave equipped with the tools to do so.
Be inspired and find out how spending time in nature is good for your health. Afterwards, head outside and enhance your mental and physical connection with nature through outdoor activities with the Wascana Centre, Kayla Huszar Expressive Art, Be Nice Yoga and Nature Saskatchewan.
Tickets available soon!
Dr. Katherine Arbuthnott
Professor of Psychology
Campion College, University of Regina
Dr. Glenn Sutter
Curator of Human Ecology
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Social Worker and Expressive Art Therapist
Kayla Huszar Expressive Art
Be Nice Yoga
Nature Conservancy of Canada
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