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Saxe Point Park ~ Monday, July 22nd, 9 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.


We will focus on slowing down to connect and increase our experience.  So important in this fast paced world, even our thoughts and movements aren’t able to slow down!  Join us and exlore  your fitness in a “new” way that is not focused on effort.  It is focused on turning the effort “off.”  Same fitness benefits!  Added benefit – see the beauty in our own Greater Victoria Communities……..

Register with renee@insideawareness.com for each tour of interest.  Cost – $10.00 (no debit or credit cards – cash only)

Meet up @ 8:45 a.m. – Parking Lot of Saxe Point Park at the end of Fraser Street

During World War 2 a searchlight was installed at Saxe Point as part of the DND’s shoreline defense.  Today the park provides spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca. Fine perennial and shrub borders and a large open lawn area overlook the water. Forested trails and beach accesses are set among mature Douglas fir and Grand fir.

For more summer walking with Inside Awareness