It's time to

take charge of

your health

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MindBody Retreat

17th till 22nd September 2021

Disonnect   Breathe   Reconnect 

Are you in need of a radical change? Do you long for some time to yourself away from all responsibilities?  Do you want to feel different and completely renewed?

Then join us on our fantastic MindBody retreat in the beautiful Black Mountains! 

 

This retreat is unique in that it is led by two highly skilled nutritional therapists and an accredited psychotherapist. The retreat will combine healthy eating, solution focused therapy, emotional and physical support and a range of fun work shops.  There will also be plenty of time to just relax, reflect and enjoy the natural beauty of the black mountains.

 

To make sure that we can meet all your needs as much as possible,  we are offering this to 8 guest only. This will also ensure group cohesion and the chance of building long lasting friendships. For more information and to book your place, please click the buton below.

 

Mental Health Awareness Week

13th - 16th May 2021 -  Free Forest Therapy

In honour of mental health awareness week, free guided Forest Therapy walks are organised throughout the UK, including Bristol.

What is Forest Therapy?  Forest Therapy comes from Japan where it is called Shinrin Yoku. Shinrin in Japanese means forest, and yoku means bath. So Shinrin Yoku literally means to bath in the forest atmosphere. In practice it means taking in the forest through our all senses through a set of guided exercises.

 

Forest therapy is scientifically proven to reduce stress levels, lower blood pressure and alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. It also helps to boost the immune system. The good thing is that it is suitable for anyone, young and old,  who is able to take a gentle walk in the woods!

As part of Mental health Awareness week, Kay will be leading several free Forest Therapy walks in Bristol  between the 13th and 16th of May in Leigh Woods, Abbots Leigh, Bristol.

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