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A safe space to move, feel well and escape.

The company will be offering help to members of the community that have a physical and/or mental difficulty and/or those feeling isolated, that prevents them from leading an active life. Most individuals participating in our projects will live in Hayle and the surrounding areas. Participants will be Socially prescribed to the projects we offer by the SPWT of Bodriggy and Stenack Surgeries, sign posted by support groups of the Community sector, and those individuals that have been identified to me through my personal training and wellness coaching business as those who would benefit from such services.

Regular exercise can have a profoundly positive impact on our mental health. It can help relieve stress, improve memory, help aid better sleep and boosts your overall mood. Focusing on physical training as a potential tool and coping strategy, to help improve both physical and mental health. 

Project title ‘Emotional release and connection through physical activity. Male only.’ 

Outdoor training sessions using body weight, slam balls, battle ropes. Bringing people together who are on a similar journey, to connect and work alongside each other, while being given permission to spend an hour on their physical and emotional wellbeing. Using body weight exercises, the participants can build a good strong relationship with their bodies as a tool to support their emotional health. A good run or workout after a tough day can help quieten the internal dialogue and reduce feelings of despair, which in turn can make us more productive to use exercise as a coping strategy in times of increased stress. Using weighted equipment such as slam balls and battle ropes allow participants to release emotions in a controlled, liberating way as an alternative or alongside talking therapies. Men tend to find ‘opening up’ through talking harder, and often a physical training approach can have a similar feeling of release. These sessions will offer a safe space to explore ’emotional release and connection through physical activity’.

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Mindful Movement and connection (future project) outline below…

A client centred and client driven project focusing on any worries and fears that you have about your body’s movement and capability. Focusing on functional movements, strength and resistance, flexibility and stretches that you can apply daily to increase confidence and self-belief. Applying some simple and effective exercises to facilitate daily activities as we age. Using body weight and resistance bands this is a gentle approach to strength training that can be applied to your daily/weekly routine to help build a stronger relationship with their body and help increase confidence in their body’s capability. These sessions will provide a ‘safe space’ to explore ‘mindful movement and connection’.

Wednesday Walking and connection group.

This group is exactly what it states. We walk, we connect. 

Patients who are dealing with chronic physical/emotional health, and those that are dealing with isolation, are socially prescribed to the group through their GP surgeries. We meet at Adsa Hayle 3pm every Wednesday. Walking and talking and being outdoors in nature for an hour can do wonders for both our physical and mental health, while connecting with others and ‘making friends’ along the way. 

Contact your ‘link worker’ at your local GP surgery for details on Social prescribing to any of these projects, or contact me using the button below. Hayle area. 

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