Our 2017 Walk of Healing season ended on a very

positive note, as we welcomed three new walkers to  

our  walking ministry. 

​ Our next Walk of Healing is scheduled for Saturday,                                 March 17, 2018,10:30 am at the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park, ​300 Oella Ave., Catonsville, Md. 21228, weather permitting.  

ALL WALKERS MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE, BEFORE THE WALK 
(Adults Only!)

We will meet promptly in front of the museum, which is the first building to your right, after entering the park.

If interested in joining us on this Walk of Healing, becoming a volunteer or starting  your own Walk of Healing group, register by visiting:
 www.partnersinhealth.biz/walk-of-healing-info. For more information, call: (443)742-5669 or (410) 404-8026. 

Registration includes a Walk of Healing T-shirt that may be purchased on-line or on-site, the day of the walk.

We walk to Reflect, Release and Receive God's Blessings!

Have you ever noticed that starting around the middle of fall, when daylight savings time kicks in, many people become lethargic and depressed? Perhaps you thought it was because of the holiday season, and the fact that you are lonely and missing loved ones who have passed on.                          In fact, you may also be experiencing a slowdown in your stride            because you have S.A.D. or Seasonal Affective Disorder,                              a condition brought on from low levels of Vitamin D                                         in your body. It is a mild to moderate form of depression

that usually begins in the fall, continuing throughout the                winter months - and affects up to 10% of the U.S. population.             Symptoms include feeling sad or anxious,                                                fatigue, concentration problems, irritability and feelings                                    of guilt and hopelessness.

Although the exact cause of SAD is unclear, numerous studies

have suggested that the condition may be triggered by lack of sunlight. SAD is more common among people who live at high latitudes or areas with lots of clouds.

One hypothesis behind SAD is that reduced sunlight exposure interferes with the body's biological clock that regulates mood, sleep and hormones. Another theory is that lack of sunlight causes an imbalance of neurotransmitters - such as dopamine and serotonin - which regulate mood.   

 This is Why We Walk - Walking Tips​​​ 

A Walk of Healing  - March 2018

The Vitamin D Connection to S.A.D.

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Walking is one of the easiest and healthiest exercises that most people can do. The following are walking tips that will make your walk
most beneficial.


1. It's always best to do at least 5 - 10 minutes of                        deep breathing and stretching first, before your begin your walk.


                   2. Walking Shoes - It is very important that you purchase       

                   a good pair of walking shoes - a pair with adequate        

                   arch support, firmness and padding to support your                                       back and prevent ankle sprains and pains.


​                    3.  Walking Trails and Parks - Every city and state has a         public park with walking and or biking trails. Do your research                        and learn where they are.

4. Walking Attire and Gear - If walking in the spring and summer months, make sure that you wear sunscreen, bring bottled water, a back pack and cap.


5. Walking Times - The ultimate walking times vary with each season, but in the spring and summer, it's best to begin your walk before 10 a.m., or after 5 p.m. before the heat of the day, when the rays of the sun or less damaging to your skin.​

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