Live video: the benefits of running on mental health with Louise Johnstone
The Marathon des Sables, triathlons and fastpacking the West Highland Way: community-focused Louise Johnstone is no stranger to challenges. Join Cicerone and Louise to find out about her next epic adventure, #2021runnorthsea, the benefits of running on our mental health, and to be inspired to take up a new challenge of your own (however big or small).
Louise Johnstone is a Dundee based person trainer and endurance athlete, who has spent her career focusing on improving the mental and physical health of women. She's a passionate believer in running having many benefits to mental health and in 2016 she ran the Marathon des Sables, raising over £5,000 for Dundee Association for Mental Health, covering 154 miles over 6 days in gruelling conditions.
2021 will see Louise take on her biggest challenge to date. #2021runnorthsea involves 7 countries, 2 feet and over 3,455.5 miles in approximately 100 days. She is striving to engage further with the Dundee and Scottish community, raising money and awareness for the Scottish Association of Mental Health She is striving to engage further with the Dundee and Scottish
community, raising money and awareness for the Scottish Association of Mental Health as part of her mission to run the EuroVelo 12 North Sea
Find Louise on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/louis... (Louise Johnstone Running and event adventures) or on Instagram: @silverfoxm3h
Our next event on 4th August 2020 features Zoe Langley-Wathen from HeadRightOut, an outdoor enthusiast, long-distance walker and writer. She works to encourage women to be more resilient through opportunity and champions the concept of micro-bravery. In 2011 Zoe challenged herself to walk the South West Coast Path, solo-camping and raising money for charity. This experience forms the basis of her chapter in the upcoming The Biggest Book of Yes: 49 Short Adventure Stories, a charitable projectwhich is due to launch on 1 August 2020.