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Men’s Health Week
Men’s Mental Health Week 2021
Join the South Westminster BIDs and Rener Wellbeing for this series of events to mark Men’s Health Week 2021. With sessions on Physical Activity for Good Mental Health, Tools & Tips to Help and Maintain Good Mental Health, and a Walking Mindfulness session.
We hope there will be something for everyone to take away from these sessions.
Tuesday 15th June
Wednesday 16th June
Thursday 17th June
15 June @ 12:00 am - 7 July @ 12:00 am
6 October 2021
When was the last time you woke up feeling rested? Do you feel a difference in how you feel and work when you are rested? Sleep was the original theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, as it not only significantly impacts our physical health but also impacts our mental health. Sleep also costs UK organisations nearly as much as mental health does annually! This workshop will cover: – The science behind why sleep is so important for our overall…
12 October 2021
At Dr Bike sessions experienced cyclists and mechanics check everything on your bike from wheels, brakes, gears and tire pressure to lights, racks, pedals, saddles and more. By the end, your bike will feel loved and cared for.
13 October 2021
Workshops led by wellbeing expert Charlotte Wiseman, brought to you by South Westminster BIDs Wednesday 13 October Energy management in a digital world @ 12 pm-1 pm – Screening Room at Somerset House When was the last time you woke up feeling truly refreshed? How often do you get to the end of the day and feel so exhausted that you can hardly muster the energy to cook dinner? This is not uncommon. Poor energy management is impacting our work…
19 October 2021
The South Westminster BIDs in partnership with Angela Morgan is hosting two walking tour events throughout Westminster in honour of Black History Month. Tuesday 19 October 2021 @ 12:00 pm We Must Tell Their Story – Westminster Walking Tour Most people who visit London see the familiar sights of Westminster and hear about the famous people that are referred to in British history or in the daily news. But there are some ‘ordinary folks’ who because of their ethnicity are…