Feedback from our Workshop

We had a great time delivering our Wellbeing Workshop last week and asked everyone that came for some feedback.

We asked them to rate our workshop between 1 which was low, through to 5 which was high in three areas : Interesting, Useful and Relaxing

83% scored it 4/5 for Interesting

83% scored it 4/5 for Useful

92% scored it 4/5 for Relaxing.

Other comments we had were

Wonderful ladies, very enjoyable, very interesting and informative, very useful and  relaxing.

Favourite parts of the workshop were relaxing, breathing exercises, our stretchy yellow men, visualisation and being taught and practising self help techniques.

Watch out for future workshops but if you would like us to deliver one for your support group or you are an employer and would like to support your staff please get in touch.

 

Our first introductory workshop

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We held our first introductory wellbeing workshop at the new M & S Community room in Wolstanton on Tuesday.

We had a great time showing everyone  self help techniques can used to help promote relaxation.

These workshop are suitable for the workplace, for charities or other similar organisations or support groups and content can be adapted to suit your aims.

We will no doubt be holding another one so if you are interested in receiving information or attending please complete our contact page and let us know your details.

Professional Standards Authority Report

As therapist we are listed on the FHT’s Complementary Healthcare Therapist Register (http://fht.org.uk/register).  We are really pleased to see a report published by the Professional Standards Authority (http://fht.org.uk/AR/report), which highlights that practitioners on an Accredited Register can help governments and public bodies achieve their aim to improve health and transform services.
It shows employers, commissioners and the public that they can have confidence in Accredited Registers and their registrants’. This is a really positive step towards a truly integrated health care service that will help to improve the nation’s
health and wellbeing. Please ‘like’ / ‘share’ this great news.

Busy week this week

Busy week here at Hands 4 Wellbeing

In addition to supporting our regular clients we are also attending the Voluntary Sector Form at Newcastle Council Chambers on Wednesday, attending a Social Enterprise meeting at Staffs Uni on Thursday and finalising our first free workshop at M&S Wolstanton on Thursday 17th March – a couple of places still left – contact us to book to make sure you have a space.

All very exciting …