Health & Wellbeing Courses
Health & Wellbeing courses
HWB100: MINDFULNESS MEDITATION sessions with Pam Chiles$2.00MINDFULNESS MEDITATION sessions with Pam Chiles: Mindfulness meditation teacher Pam Chiles teaches a universal and non-sectarian form of meditation at our downtown Hamilton office and classrooms (401 Anglesea Street, Hamilton, CBD) on Wednesdays from 1:00-2:00pm during school Terms. There is no need to register for any of these sessions, as classes are open to all for a small donation. Sessions also don’t need to be taken sequentially, just drop by when you have the time! Suggested donation per session $2 or pay what you like.Add to cart
HWB210: “After The Accident: Rebuilding Your Life Through Mental Resilience”$5.00An evening workshop and discussion on Thursday 28 July 2022 from 4:30-6:30pm.Rosemary Johnson shares lessons she learned on resilience, recovery and mental determination after a debilitating accident, including all of the inspirational and motivational insights and practical tips she’s gathered along the way. Rosemary will help you mentally prepare for the moments that may change your life forever.This course is for anyone suffering in the aftermath of a life-altering event.
HWB240: “Yes you CAN run fast”: Realising the potential of athletes with intellectual impairments$50.00 – $60.00This three-session workshop was postponed from Term 1 due to Covid, and has been rescheduled for Wednesdays 18 May & Wednesday 25 May from 5:15-6:15pm, with the 3rd outdoor session on Saturday 28 May 10:00-11:00am.Sunil Fenandez-Ritchie is a loving father with an intellectual impairment and cerebral palsy. He’s also a high-performing athlete, who has set New Zealand T20 Paralympic records in the 800 metre, 1500 metre, 5000 metre, 10,000 metre, half marathon, and full marathon events. Join Sunil and his father Garth in a special Earth Diverse workshop, as they discuss Sunil’s journey from budding athlete to the international stage.This course is for school teachers, PE instructors and Sports coaches, disability service providers, and parents and family of children with disabilities. The first two sessions are classroom-based, with a practical third session in the field.