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Wellbeing workshops

1st Saturday of every month (2nd Saturday when the 1st is bank holiday weekend.)
10.30am – 1pm

There is a lot we can do to look after our emotional health and wellbeing. These popular workshops cover all sorts of topics and techniques with a big emphasis on wellbeing and self-help e.g. creative writing; hand and head massage you can do yourself; music and voice workshops; self-help for psychosis; introduction to Mindfulness and much, much more!

We welcome ANYONE at the workshops:people of all ages and backgrounds who have an interest in good mental health and wellbeing. Self-injury does not have to be a personal issue.

Please access this venue via the front door onto the street. Limited parking. Although the venue does have wheelchair access, the workshop takes place in a room on the first floor with only stair access.     For further information, or to be on our email data base so we can keep you informed please use the Contact Us page.
Directions to the venue (Bristol Mind)

Organised by: SISH (the Self Injury Self Help group)
Funded by: Bristol Mind

Qigong (Chi Gung)

Qigong is a Chinese self healing system and includes movement, meditation and breathing exercises. Benefits can include improved health, feelings of wellbeing and relaxation,
Led by Janice Rossiter
Event Date 03 Mar '18 10:30 am
Event End Date 03 Mar '18 1:00 pm


"I attended the chanting workshop with Tim Malice on the Saturday just gone, and I wanted to get in touch to say how much I enjoyed it and how much I got out of it. I have attended several of the Saturday workshops now and I have found them all to be enormously helpful. As well as getting a lot out of the content, I always enjoy meeting the other people who attend and sharing dome views and opinions with like-minded people. I hope that they continue to be offered as I know that, for my own part at least, they are invaluable." - Sean

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