This workshop is for anybody wishing to improve health and wellbeing.
You may have heard people talk about being in the moment, or being present, but what does it really mean?
These workshops are designed to teach you the techniques to be in the moment when things become overwhelming. You will gain knowledge and understand the positive impact it has on your health and wellbeing when practiced.
This online workshop is over three sessions.
There are many health and wellbeing benefits to being in the moment. Life can often mean full speed ahead for many. Book yourself into this workshop to learn techniques to slow down, be present and improve your wellbeing.
There are no assessments or exams for this workshop.
Our Community Learning workshops and courses are designed to improve confidence, self-esteem, resilience and motivation. At the end of the workshop you will discuss with our experienced tutor, how you can continue to expand on your learning. This may be activities to continue with what you have learnt, and/or signposting to other courses and workshops available within SS&L or external organisations.
Following attendance of this workshop, you may be interested in the following free workshops and courses: 5 Ways to Wellbeing, Understanding Stress, Anxiety and Low Mood or our Mental Health Awareness course.
You may wish to attend our other free community learning workshops and courses related to your personal and professional development.
Many of our learners choose to explore other SS&L community learning courses, workshops and qualifications following attendance of our Beginners Guide to Being in the Moment course.
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Need to know…
There are no qualifications required for this workshop, just a willingness to learn.
This workshop will be delivered via Zoom so you will need to ensure you have access to IT on the day and are competent with using Zoom.
This course is free if you are aged over 19, live in Somerset or B&NES, and have lived in the UK/EU for the last three years
The cost of this course is FREE
eligibility criteria applies
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