PARKDALE VILLAGER | Thursday, March 6, 2014 |
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>>>from page 1 Gladstone Avenue and Sylvan Street. “This is really a park amenity. It’s much more than a memorial,” said landscape architect Howard Nauboris of Cosburn Nauboris Ltd., the firm that won the bid to design the footpath. “Florian does not want a big sign that says ‘Jenna Morrison’.” This is because Shuck said he would like it to belong to the community, however, it will incorporate Morrison’s initials. The community, said Nauboris, is “excited” about a new reflexology path in Toronto. “It was important to me that we found a place in the park that wasn’t disruptive to the other programs in the park,” he said. The footpath will be 60 feet long and 20 feet wide.
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For me, my son, it’s a landmark that will help us come to terms with acceptance and loss. – Shelley Wise
Inside each of the two infinity loops, there will be two separate gardens with a handrail around each loop. There will be a rock element that will stand the height of a person. “This is a very Asian thing to do,” Nauboris said. Before Nauboris and Shuck embarked on the project together, the two went for a reflexology treatment together. They relied on the expertise of a local reflexologist for advice. “In A s i a , p e o p l e g e t together in the mornings
in these parks,” Nauboris said. The reflexology path captures Morrison’s spirit, Shuck said. “It relates to our life story,” he said. On a visit to Seoul, Korea in 2001, Morrison, who lived in the Dundas Street West and Sorauren Avenue area, discovered the widespread popularity of reflexology footpaths throughout Asia. dreamed of footpath Struck by this notion, Morrison dreamed of creating such a footpath in one of Toronto’s public parks. “For me, my son, it’s a landmark that will help us come to terms with acceptance and loss,” he said. For more information, visit https://torontoparksandtrees.org/jenna-k.morrison-memorial
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