WORKSHOPS / ACTIVITIES / EVENTS DIARY
Reachout members now have free access to 4 online chair yoga sessions!!
Follow the link below and use code ‘Reachout’ when signing up.
We’re very grateful to Kirsty Hall from Improve with Pilates for thinking of Reachout members at this time. Kirsty delivered Chair Yoga sessions at Reachout last year and all of those who took part loved it!
Please have a look at her website to see what other online classes she has available. www.improvewith.weebly.com
Wellbeing self-help & Natural Health Award
We are feeling very lucky to work with some really amazing partner organisations. 🤗
Danielle at Chamber Music Scotland very kindly got in touch recently to see what they could do to support Reachout members' wellbeing at this time. She has put together this playlist especially for us including some familiar faces who've already performed at Reachout! Our huge thanks! 🌞🌈💐
Important Notice: Coronavirus
Unfortunately Reachout is currently closed until further notice. As soon as we know more regarding when we can re-open all updates will be shared both on Facebook and on our website.
Therefore, all scheduled workshops, events and activities due to take place in the studio are postponed until further notice.
See link below for self-help wellbeing resources put together by NHS Forth Valley. It contains a link to the Natural Health Award. The Award is an evidence-based resource for families to use to support their mental wellbeing, resilience and encourage physical activity.
The Award was originally developed for childminders and has been adapted for families to use and edited to align to the Government social distancing and enforcement guidelines during Covid 19.
For children facing stressful situations, being with nature, even in the smallest way, can reduce their anxiety and increase their sense of self-worth.
There are 15 activities in total and there are certificates awarded to all who complete it. It’s free of charge.
All activities can take place in the garden or local area during daily exercise. Scottish Government advice is to go outside for physical exercise once a day. This helps not only our physical health but also improves our mental wellbeing and can reduce anxiety.
Thanks to Elaine from Forth Valley Health Promotion Service for sharing.