Time to Take Care
Winter can be a time our mental health suffers. With the nights drawing in and temperatures dropping, not only are we less likely to prioritise self-care, some of us suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder.
For our Winter Wellbeing campaign we’ve put together a programme of workshops and events to help you feel rested, resilient and revitalised this winter.
All of the Winter Wellbeing workshops and events are free, however, we invite you to make a donation when you book on Eventbrite if you can (suggested amount of £10), to help us continue to support our local community. As a result of the Covid-19 crisis, there will be a lot more people who are struggling with their mental health this Christmas. If you would like to make a general donation click here.
We thank you in advance for supporting our work.
Winter Wellbeing Toolkit
What is SAD? Why do I feel worse in winter? Find out and learn easy to implement tools that will help you take care of yourself and feel better.
Multiple dates | Register
Learn easy yoga poses and stretches to ease muscles and feel more energised. You’ll be glad to throw off that blanket!
Monday 6 December 10am – 11am | Register
Improving Your Sleep
With changes in our exposure to light and usual routine our sleep can suffer, we’ll help you catch those ZZZs and enjoy blissful sleep.
Tuesday 7 December 7pm – 8pm | Register
Guided Mindful Walk in Richmond Park
Tune into the sights and sounds of Richmond Park and observe the trees, birds and deer in ways you never have before.
Thursday 9 December 10am | Register
Managing Winter Stress
Not just extreme weather, we face many stresses over the winter months. Learn how to manage it and how to let go so you can enjoy the festivities.
Wednesday 15 December 12pm – 1pm | Register
The last 18 months has been tough. Many of us are supporting a loved one with a mental health issue. Learn how to communicate effectively and deal with challenging behaviour, without it affecting your own mental wellbeing.
Tuesday 21 December 10am – 11am | Register