Resilience is the skillset of our time. And in today’s fast-paced world, the need for upskilling with resilience training is paramount. How can we transform from a state of collapse to a state of presence and flexibility? This video shares
Miles Lowson recently completed a Masters by research at Durham University. It aimed to understand the role winter weather has for older people walking in East Durham. Here, he shares his experiences and lists five tips for walk organisers catering
When you have a busy schedule, practicing self care can be difficult. Work stresses and daily responsibilities can become overwhelming if you forget to take care of your mind and body, so it can be beneficial to remember some easy
In this blog, Rachel Marsh from Global Action Plan tells us how she’s ditched the Christmas stress of buy, buy, buy in favour of a more mindful approach to the holiday season, preserving not only sanity but also the planet!
The Totnes Wellbeing Fund offers grants up to £500 to help new initiatives that could really enhance personal, community and environmental wellbeing locally. Earlier this year, Zest Physiotherapy secured a grant to run a pilot project of ‘Functional Fitness MOT
The general rules for improving your physical health are generally pretty straight-forward: eat right, exercise, and drink plenty of water. But what happens when you fall into a mental funk and can’t seem to pull yourself out of it? Whether
After looking at the global body of evidence, the Mental Health Foundation found striking evidence showing the impact of a lack of good relationships on our health and wellbeing could be comparable to well established risk factors such as smoking.