Getting on with your life after a brain injury or other neurological diagnosis can sometimes be a challenge, both for you and for those you love. Taking up new and stimulating activities can really help you get back on track.
The Brain Charity and the Brain Haemorrhage Support Group have teamed up to give you another amazing ‘Health and Wellbeing Day’ taking place at The Brain Charity’s Norton Street premises on Monday the 13th May 2019 between 10:30am and 4:00pm, incorporating our May Coffee Morning.
At our Health and Wellbeing Day, you can try out a wide range of activities and complementary therapies that many people have found beneficial after their diagnosis or brain injury.
You can have a go at yoga, indulge in a relaxing hand massage or maybe even an Indian head massage too. If you've ever been curious about Reiki, you'll be able to find out what that involves or why not try out singing with the choir or perhaps Boccia (indoor bowls) if that’s more your thing? We’ll also have The Brain Charity’s range of ‘ChariTeas’ on hand for a tea tasting, so you can try rooibos, green tea, cocoa nibs, calendula, lemon balm, peppermint and many more.
Throughout the day we have talks from a range of specialists, including Suzanne Simpson MND Psychological Wellbeing and Social Support Advisor at The Walton Centre, and lots of other charities & partner organisations will be on hand to answer all your questions.
The Health and Wellbeing Day is free and open to all, so come along, get inspired and try something new!