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Published on: August 28, 2017
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
On Thursday September 14th, Women’s Brain Health Initiative’s Young Person’s Cabinet (YPC) will join up with Lululemon for The Mindful Run, a charity event in support of Women’s Brain Health Initiative. Starting in a peaceful meditation, participants will move into a dynamic and energizing yoga flow, followed by a light 3.5km run through the neighbourhood.
The Mindful Run hopes to inspire you to use the power of mindfulness and exercise for your brain health, as both have shown to reduce the risk of developing age-related brain diseases.
Meditation lead by Vitina Blumenthal, Founder, Wanderfuloul, Co-Founder, Wanderwell
Flow lead by Hana Lukac, Yoga Teacher & Owner, Mula Yoga
Run lead by James Koka & Kate Evans, Lululemon Run Ambassadors
We welcome you to join us in an early morning sweaty pursuit, meet a new friend or two, and still have plenty of travel time to work at 8:30am.
Tickets available here!
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