Wellbeing Festival 2018
By Annabel Chislett | 1st Mar 2018
Do you #LoveYourMindLoveYourBody? Student Support and Wellbeing encourage you to enrich your life and try something new for free! We have a huge variety of inspiration for all students and staff at the #WellbeingFestival2018. It will be very interactive and a chance to relax and connect positively with your own mind and body, and with each other. Follow @unikentssw on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as we publish details of the events as they are confirmed over the next few weeks.
For the full programme please visit our web page.
Come along to the Student Hub, Faith Space, Drill Hall Library and CCCU Rowan Williams building at Medway on Tuesday 20 March between 12pm and 3pm to discover a variety of fun and practical ways to improve your wellbeing. Medway highlights include a Mental Health Stigma workshop, Drill Hall library wellbeing, GK Union, mindful colouring, Medway Activities, Medway Park leisure centre, free healthy snacks, and the University of Kent Krishna Consciousness Society.
Come along to Eliot Dining Hall on 23 March between 12pm and 3pm for an exciting line up of over 25 internal and external organisations coming to take part in the day, such as Espression Arts café, Canine therapy (the now famous cuddly George!), bush craft, live music, free healthy food and nutrition information, mindful colouring, various mental health and charity stands, representatives from the LGBT network, the Chaplaincy, the Sports Centre and Kent Union. In addition there will be some free workshops so watch this space for details and come and try something new: yoga, Tai Chi, mindfulness, raga singing, writing for wellbeing, HeartMath: stress management & herbal medicine.