Advice and tips for how to improve your physical and mental health in five easy steps - we will provide pointers for how you can help yourself feel better. This workshop is based on research and has been proven to be highly effective. Learn exercises, techniques, and other useful methods to make yourself feel better on a day to day level, both in your body and in your mind. This workshop will give you the tools you need for subjects including: 'Connect', 'Be Active', 'Take Notice', 'Keep Learning' and 'Give'. These activities are simple things individuals can do in their everyday lives. The Five Ways concept was developed from evidence gathered in the UK government’s Foresight Project on Mental Capital and Wellbeing, which drew on state-of-the-art research about mental capital and mental wellbeing through life. The Five Ways have been used by health organisations, schools and community projects across the UK and around the world to help people take action to improve their wellbeing. They’ve been used in lots of different ways, for example to get people to start thinking about well-being, to develop organisational strategy, to measure impact, to assess need, for staff development, and to help people to incorporate more well-being-promoting activities into their lives.