Looking After Your Health and Well-Being:
A Good Night’s Sleep
Sleep is more important than you might think. A single sleepless night can make us irritable and moody the following day. It’s not surprising therefore that chronic sleep problems may have an impact on our mental health wellbeing. This is a two-session course that will look at the factors that can adversely affect our sleep. You might be surprised how many there are.
An Introduction to Self-Care and
Resilience Building Practices
This 4 week course will cover a range of selfcare and resilience building practices. These will include an introduction to Mindfulness and Mindful Movements, Breathwork, Visualization and Peaceful Place, and other grounding and self-soothing practices.
Some people may think about wellbeing in terms of what they have, but evidence shows that what we do and the way we think have the biggest impact on our wellbeing. Becoming more aware of the present moment means noticing the sights, smells, sounds and tastes that we experience, as well as the thoughts and feelings that occur from one moment to the next. Being more grounded and aware of our surroundings
means we are less like to be overwhelmed and cope better.
Sometimes life can appear complicated, frightening and confusing. This course is aimed at helping you to keep safe in your own home and community. We will bring together the following agencies to identify how and where to get support and develop the skills you need to feel safe in your home. We will ask the following agencies to talk about their roles: Community Police, PREVENT, First Aid, Fire Brigade and Cyber Security.
5 Ways to Wellbeing
This course helps you explore a range of things you
can do to improve your wellbeing, through:
Taking notice of the world around you
Keeping on learning
Connecting with the people around you
Giving to others in need
Improve your Physical Wellbeing
New Course for 2019-2020
Cooking for one
Making positive life style choices