Walk and Be Well
Walk and Be Well - 28 Day Walking Program
We can change our lives by walking. A walk brings us closer to better overall health and improved well-being by allowing us time for reflection while we exercise our bodies. We learn about the importance of walking in our lives - and how regular walking can lead to improved physical, psychological and spiritual health - from coaches, doctors, and even our faith traditions. Taking the time for a regular walking program can lead us into new relationships with ourselves, with others and with God.
The Walk and Be Well podcast offers 28 audio reflections to accompany you on your daily walk and provide inspiration for contemplation. Your audio walking companions are Walk and Be Well contributors the Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Cameron, the Rev. Canon Renée Miller, the Rev. Dr. William J. Watson III, and Elizabeth McKay Moosbrugger. Music by Fran McKendree provides a lively tempo for walking.You set the distance and pace. You can walk alone or with friends. Whether you are starting out or are a walking devotee, Walk and Be Well offers an engaging, interactive experience.
"I was even more motivated to walk even on the days I was feeling exhausted from a full day of work."
The Walk and Be Well podcast is available on your mobile device!
Find us on the Podbean app, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Google Play Music, Spotify or Stitcher now and start walking!
Show notes can be found at Walk and Be Well (please note: you will leave cpg.org)
"It was a very helpful and uplifting experience... A real positive viewpoint..."
From breathing exercises to inspirational reflections and practices, we've compiled resources to help you start your program and keep motivated to continue.
Our contributors have shared their wisdom and inspiration in their daily reflections.
Ready to Start
Are you ready to start? Our daily reflections and podcasts are available when you are.
This material is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be professional medical advice or treatment. Always seek the advice of a healthcare professional with any questions about personal healthcare status and prior to making changes in approaches to diet and exercise. This material is not a guarantee of coverage under any Episcopal Church Medical Trust (Medical Trust) health plan. Unless otherwise noted, websites referenced herein that are outside the www.cpg.org domain are not associated with the Medical Trust and its affiliates (collectively, the Church Pension Group) and the Church Pension Group is not responsible for the content of any such website.