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Our Upcoming Workshops in May

Mental Health Awareness Week takes place between 11th and 16th May, and the theme for this year’s event is Nature.

According to Mind and Mental Health Foundation’s research, spending time outdoors improves our mood significantly, from feeling stressed and anxious to feeling much more relaxed, socially connected and a sense of balance in our lives.

Due to this, our workshops throughout May will highlight nature’s significance for our wellbeing while also helping individual’s gain a better work-life balance.

Our Creative and Mindful Wellbeing Workshops

Intention Wand (3rd May)During this art workshop we will create intention wands together, using natural materials mindfully gathered during a walk out in nature, while also exploring the deep connection that exists between nature and mental health. Creating an intention wand invites you to take time to reflect on aspects of your life, as setting an intention releases positive nurturing energy. It is largely recognised that spending time in nature can benefit both, mental and physical wellbeing. Nature helps us feel more grounded and connected to the self, consequently bettering our understanding of what we emotionally need. 

Contemporary Classical Piano Concert (10th May) – A live-streamed contemporary classical concert presented in an interactive and educative way. This session will allow you to explore new ways to reflect on and enjoy music in your daily life with Tobi’s friendly guidance! You will also enjoy live interactions with the other attendees and the facilitator. You can attend this workshop from an outdoor space to combine the soothing and nourishing benefits of music and nature.

Make sure to secure your early bird tickets for our Creative and Mindful wellbeing workshops NOW!

 

Our Personal and Professional Wellbeing Workshops 

Work-Life Balance (17th May) – Establishing a sustainable and realistic work-life balance is essential to positive mental wellbeing. This useful workshop will help participants identify their everyday and workplace priorities. Helping attendees create meaningful boundaries and an effective balance between the two, helping them to feel more in control of their life and reduce feelings of being overwhelmed. Following our theme in May “Nature and the Environment”, we will practice some activities that can be done outdoors to reap the benefits of being in nature.

Make sure to secure your early bird tickets for our Personal and Professional wellbeing  workshops NOW!

Further Reading 

Our Upcoming Creative and Mindful Wellbeing Workshops 

Our Upcoming Personal and Professional Wellbeing Workshops

Mind’s Research on Nature and Mental Health

Mental Health Foundation’s research on ‘Thriving with Nature’ 

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