Working life can be mentally exhausting, and it can be easy to forget to take care of yourself in the middle of it all. This new series of wellbeing workshops in partnership with the Photographic Collections Network aims to support anyone working in the sector with tools to help you in your selfcare. Led by wellbeing experts, each session will focus on different techniques and skills to help you find ways to slow down the mind and its anxieties; refocusing on the present. We hope to give you some tools you can take away to access your own mindfulness. 

Whether you are still at home and finding it hard to shut off from work. Or, back at the office and struggling to readjust to a more hectic schedule. We hope you come along to our sessions and give yourself some kindness.

 

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In this session we welcome mindfulness teacher Stuart McLeod to explore how we might support our wellbeing through learning to pay attention and bring awareness to our everyday activities? Join with us led by Stuart to explore these questions as we share different practices in stillness and movement.

 

Stuart McLeod is a long-term meditation practitioner in the Chinese Zen Buddhism tradition and teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). He also teaches a variety of practices that work the body, mind and breath including Qigong, mindful running and Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing.

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Who is it for?
This event is free and open to all. Recommended for anyone who is interesting in gaining tools to uplift their own wellbeing. 

 
When?
Join us live on Wednesday 25th May 2022; 1pm - 1:45pm.
 
Where?
Online! Booking will close on Wednesday 25th May at 12pm and we will then be in touch with everyone who has registered with the meeting code and password. You will need an internet connection and a computer, smartphone or tablet. This event will take place over Zoom.
 
Tickets
Please register for free by 12pm on Wednesday 25th May to receive your invitation to the meeting.

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