What should you bring to the well-being workshop?
An open mind, a willingness to participate and some ideas of your own to share.
You will also need to have a pen and paper at the ready, or you maybe have a favourite notebook you can use (you can choose to have one notebook dedicated to the whole series, it will be fun to go back to previous sessions!). There will be some writing and doodling during the workshop.
More about the whole series
These workshops are designed to help you take a deeper look at what wellbeing means for you and for your context when joggling with all the unknowns of the current period. You can follow all workshops or only those that “speak” louder to you. We are going to create a safe space for learning and sharing, talking and reflecting silently, whatever works so that you feel that you’ve got a better grasp on how to stay safe and healthy, how to be kinder to yourself and better at supporting others.
Each well-being workshop will propose some pre-work, some homework and bibliography, if you feel like deepening your understanding of specific topics. These will not mean a lot of work but will help you integrate what is discussed in the workshop and continue the reflection at home. The approach is supported by reliable scientific models and statistics.
You will be able to continue the discussion, if you want, in the Facebook group we have created and where you’ll find most of the information and resources used for the class, plus more conversation and support.
This is not a course, this is a community.