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Free 6 week 'Growing Wellbeing' course (Fridays)
(IMPORTANT INFO : please email [masked] to apply for your place on the course in advance as we cannot accept people on to the course without completing a short application form) MindFood run a free 6 week ‘Growing Wellbeing’ course aimed at supporting people who are experiencing stress, anxiety or a low mood to improve their wellbeing. ​ The free 6 week course is designed to be a fun balance of learning how to grow a wide range of fruit and vegetables whilst becoming more mindful of ways to proactively manage our wellbeing. The course is action orientated so each week we’ll discuss and commit to a specific action that will help improve our wellbeing between each session and ongoing after the course. The sixth week includes a free trip to Kew Gardens for a mindful walk and each week you'll get to take home some vegetables you've helped to grow to cook with.​ Over the 6 weeks we will discuss, explore and practice: ​ Self Reflection, Mindfulness, Planning Wellbeing, How food effects our mood and the 5 ways to wellbeing Since coming to MindFood, Growing Wellbeing participants agreed or strongly agreed that: - 80% feeling calmer - 80% feeling greater sense of purpose, - 90% feeling less isolated - 82% feeling happier - 100% feeling physically fitter - 70% are sleeping better - 71% are eating more healthier foods To register your interest or for further questions please email [masked]

MindFood market garden

Cleveley Crescent · W5 1DZ

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Ealing based social enterprise MindFood is launching a new ‘Growing Wellbeing’ 6 week course that focuses on the 5 ways to wellbeing in a food growing environment. The course is designed to be a fun balance of learning how to grow a wide range of fruit and vegetables whilst becoming more mindful of ways to improve our wellbeing. The course is action orientated so each week we’ll discuss and commit to a specific action that will help improve our wellbeing between each session and ongoing after the course. The five ways to wellbeing are 5 simple and practical steps that we can all take to improve our levels of wellbeing.

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