Here is a selection of the type of courses that are available:
X-Pert Diabetes Online X-PERT helps you increase your skills, knowledge and confidence in manging your Type 2 diabetes.
Fun and Friendly Fitness for All a fun class for all abilities this is a tailored session to meet your individual needs.
HENRY Online A course to help you feel more confident as a parent
Knit and Natter An opportunity to meet up on video link with our knitting or crochet and a cup of tea in a friendly, supportive group
Developing Personal Confidence A workshop to improve confidence and motivation from Bath College
A Handful of Herbs An outdoor course to help you to to use herbs in cookery, decoration and to improve your wellbeing.
Games Online a friendly, online games group
Creative Writing A group to share writing and be inspired
Mindfulness Meditation Take a moment to pause, slow down and breathe.
Live Animation Workshop Learn to animate with limited equipment.
Mixed Fun and Friendly Football for anyone who would like to improve their wellbeing and be more active.
Feel Good Walks are aimed at anyone looking to take their first steps to being more active or who are socially isolated.
If you know anyone that can't access the internet and would like some offline activities, why not download and print this wellbeing pack.
With lots of things currently changing all of the time, its important that we still manage to look after our wellbeing.
We're pleased to introduce our new FREE online courses for you, coming up we have an Online Wellbeing Support Meet-Up if you are feeling socially isolated and would like to connect with others in a guided support session, a six week Meditation class to help learn meditation techniques and Nature Connection a chance to engage with nature even though you may be stuck indoors.
We also have a great database of online support which has lots of great websites to help support your wellbeing from home.
With all of the changes currently happening it is even more important to take care of our wellbeing, here is a link to a great article from Mind with lots of practical tips on how we can all do this.
There's lots online if you need support; if you're feeling isolated, you could try Turn to Me an online lifeline, or if it's exercise you're looking for try these online yoga classes, or why not walk a mile from home?! You could sign up to be a community volunteer if you are able or try an online CBT course for free! The NHS also has lots of great advice and information for managing your wellbeing during this unusual times too. If you would like to get in touch with the Wellbeing College to discuss what is available in the community for you please email: email@example.com.