Learn about the happy brain chemicals on a walk through Oakland’s Rose Garden with author Loretta Breuning. Dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphin are not designed to make you happy; they evolved to motivate survival behavior. When you know how they work in nature, your ups and downs make sense. Learn the natural job of each happy chemical while watching urban wildlife! A snack will be provided and we’ll consume it animal style. Come and find out what that means! And start right now with my blog post, Why Flowers Make Us Happy.
$50 / person
2 person minimum
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Payment to: paypal.me/lbreuning
We meet at Garden entrance
(Morcom Rose Garden, 700 Jean St., Oakland)
Why do squirrels chase each other?
What makes a lizard feel good?
How are birds like chimpanzees?
Why are animals so picky about who they hang with?
I’ll answer these questions and any others you care to ask!