Spending time outside—sunlight streaming down on you—is a surefire way to improve your health on multiple levels, as Dr. Kavanagh points out in our September newsletter.
But what of the incorporeal benefits?
"In the midst of a busy city, a park becomes, quite literally, an oasis, and a tree can bring about an epiphany no less intense than a beautiful painting."
- Alain de Botton, The Architecture of Happiness
Stay tuned on Foray Fit throughout September as we bring you weekly highlights of public parks that will inspire you to take a stroll, take a seat, and soak up some vitamin D.
Little Island, New York City
The newest addition to New York City's parks, Little Island is a stunning two and a half acre oasis suspended above the Hudson River waterfront.
Designed by Heatherwick Studio with access in mind, every corner and feature of the park are reachable through a network of gently rolling paths—affording plenty of opportunity to find a vista of the surrounding park, city or river that suits you.
Banner Image: Little Island, New York City, stock photo ID 1984507784
In our September newsletter, Dr. Kavanagh examines the extensive health benefits of being outdoors, beginning with the effects of sunlight.
How does regular exposure to natural light help regulate health?
We think you'll be encouraged by the answer!
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