Getting on with life after a brain injury or other neurological diagnosis can sometimes be a challenge, both for the person with the condition and for those around them. Taking up new and stimulating activities can provide a wide range of benefits for everyone involved.
The Brain Charity and the Brain Haemorrhage Support Group have got together to lay on an amazing ‘Health and Wellbeing’ day that will take place at The Brain Charity’s Norton Street premises on Monday the 8th May 2017 between 10:30am and 4:00pm.
This event will give you a taster of a wide range of activities and complementary therapies that many people have found useful.
Visitors will have the chance to try Tai Chi or Yoga and have a relaxing Hand Massage or Indian Head Massage. If you've ever been curious about Reiki, you'll be able to see what it involves. Plus you'll be able to learn about a variety of other therapies and relaxation techniques too. For a different kind of activity, how about singing with the choir, or perhaps Boccia (indoor bowls) is more your thing?
You can also have a go at Tea Tasting with The Brain Charity's range of ‘ChariTeas’ - a selection of blends with ingredients including: Rooibos, Green Tea, Cocoa Nibs, Calendula, Lemon Balm, Peppermint and many more.
This event is open to all, so come along and get inspired to try something new!