Published on: August 12, 2019
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative’s Young Person’s Cabinet:
On Wednesday September 25th, join us for the final event in Series 3 of Engaging Millennial Minds // Move & Meditate to Mellow Out.
Your brain benefits from exercise that goes beyond disease prevention. Exercise improves blood flow and oxygen to protect your brain cells and also increases your brain volume for better reasoning and executive function.
Meditation helps preserve your brain health and helps to keep your brain young and functioning the way you want it to.
Come out for a dynamic and energizing yoga flow followed by a relaxing meditation and appreciate the brain boosting benefits of mellowing out.
Enjoy light refreshments, and a chance to win fabulous door prizes.
Date: Wednesday September 25th
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Location: Ripley’s Aquarium, 288 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto
Yoga Teacher & Owner, Mula Yoga
Founder, Wanderfulsoul , Host, Soul Compass Podcast, Co-Founder, Wanderwell
Limited Capacity | Ticket Covers Admission to the Aquarium
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