Fancy making a plant hanger? Trying out some creative writing? Learning a new technique for relaxation? Joining us for a tea party? Read on…
On 6th February 2020 it’s national Time to Talk Day. A day for busting stigma around mental health and encouraging people to open up to each other, to talk and to listen.
Here at Changes we’re throwing a bit of a do from 2-5pm. Volunteers and staff are sharing some of their skills, some of the things that help them with their self-care, and you can get involved whether you’re a member of have never heard of us before.
Where: The Terrace Room at Barton Hill Settlement
When: Thursday 6th Feb 2020, 2-5pm
Why: Because it will be fun
RSVP: Let us know if you’re coming so we have an idea of numbers. You can attend for all or part of the afternoon. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring the office on 0117 941 1123.
2:00PM – TEA & COOKIE DECORATING
If you’d like to bring baked goods, let us know – we’d love that!
2:45PM – QIGONG
Stress & anxiety relief through QiGong with Petra, more details here.
A gentle movement practice, simple breathing techniques for relaxation. No need for special clothes.
Please arrive by 2:40PM at the latest to take part.
3:30PM – CRAFTERNOON
- Creative writing with Bedminster volunteer David
Get started with writing for wellbeing, no experience needed and no need to share what you write if you don’t want to!
- Macrame with Service Manager Tara (the art of knotting)
Make a plant holder and learn the meditative practice of knot-tying
- Card-making with Easton volunteer Maddy
Design, make and write a card to yourself for the future – we’ll post it!
Choose what you do, or try all three!
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