On this page you will find some upcoming events which NOW is attending or involved in (Network of Wellbeing Events), and also a selection of wellbeing-related events run by other organisations (General Wellbeing Events).
To read about previous events the Network of Wellbeing has been involved in check out the events section of our blog. If you'd like to suggest a General Wellbeing Event for us to list please get in touch.
“You can’t pour from an empty cup”. This well-known phrase carries much wisdom.
Many of us tend to put pressure on ourselves to meet all of our responsibilities at work and at home and to be there for others as best as we can. Having a desire to care for others is beautiful and very important, but ultimately we cannot give to others if we are completely drained ourselves.
This free webinar will explore topics of self-compassion, mindfulness and kindfulness through interviewing Museum of Happiness Co-Founder, Shamash Alidina.
This joint symposium on the Nature of Prosperity is being hosted by Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prospe and the William Morris Society. The event will offer an afternoon of philosophical conversations on the themes of ethics and Utopian thinking, and how they can inform concepts of sustainable prosperity. It marks the launch of the new edition of William Morris’s influential utopian work, News from Nowhere, as well as CUSP’s collection of essays on The Morality of Sustainable Prosperity.
The Community Potlucks are regular events, which provide the local community in Totnes with an opportunity to come together and share a meal, with everyone contributing a delicious dish.
These regular events have proven to be a great opportunity for people to connect with each other and have fun!
Join the Network of Wellbeing (NOW) team on a trip to Birmingham to learn about how Birmingham City Council’s Wellbeing Services are putting wellbeing into action!
A group of us will be shown the Wellbeing Services on offer in the city, and will have the chance to learn best practices from their programmes, and connect with others passionate about wellbeing. And all of this completely free of cost!