Learning for Wellbeing
- Do you experience low mood?
- Would you like to see how exercise can lift the mood?
- Would you like to take part in a research project looking at the impact of learning on mental health?
Our FREE course could help to improve your mental health & wellbeing:
Lift your mood through running
A short course for people with no or little running experience or for those who have not run for a long time. This course will take place half in the classroom and half outdoors at a nearby park. In a relaxed, friendly and supportive environment, we will share experiences and strategies within this area and others to help us better self-manage life’s challenges. We will gradually develop from walking to doing some sustained running outdoors and see how exercise and activity really can lift the mood and help us to relax. We will learn about running related matters such as how to warm up safely and how to stretch safely and how physical activity can enhance your health and wellbeing.
Friday 28/04 – 02/06 (6 sessions) 10.00am – 12.30pm
Oxford Adult Learning, Cowley, The Union,
Collins St, OX41EE
Oxfordshire Adult Learning (OAL) is delivering a programme of courses called Learning for Wellbeing aimed at people 19+ in Oxfordshire with mild to moderate mental health difficulties (such as low mood, low confidence, low self-esteem, stress, anxiety and depression). The courses are specifically designed to help participants better manage the mental health symptoms that they experience. All eligible participants on this project will have access to one to one discussions with a guidance worker, one FREE course and optional refresher sessions after the course has ended. You will also be asked to consent to share your data with the project and the external evaluators.
How can I find out more? Contact Julie Bennett, Project Manager on Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01235 216322 or mob 07771946132