Talk on Natural Health and Wellbeing
Venue: The Wellington Hotel, Brecon
Time: 7.00 pm
Cost: £5 (friends/members £2)
Tania will outline research evidence and both national and local initiatives in this field including plans to develop further nature-based therapies and services in Powys. Some of the approaches and projects she will explore include mindfulness, Japanese Forest Therapy (or 'forest bathing').
Closer to home, she will describe initiatives at Bronllys Hospital where a therapy garden and woodland walks have been developed with the involvement of armed-forces veterans and where there are also exciting plans for a Wellbeing Park.
All are welcome and Tania hopes that the event will, in part, be participatory.
Further information may be downloaded here or contact Brecon & District Mind on 01874 611529
The Elan Links project is currently running in the Elan Valley, near Rhayader, Powys and creates opportunities for people to access bespoke well-being woodland activities, woodland skills training courses, week-long intensive training in sector specific activities, mentoring, work placemen