05 Oct 2019 London, UK
Please JOIN US for a pioneering and action packed one-day International Conference. Movement & The Mind 2019' is an educational event like no other. We will bring you an update of the latest evidence from leaders in the field of physical activity for mental health and brain development. We are delighted to welcome speakers from the fields of Neuroscience, Psychotherapy, Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Psychology and the science of behaviour change, Human Performance, Mental Health Advocacy & more...
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Date & Time
Saturday, 5 October 2019 • 0815 to 1800 GMT
Weston Education Centre Library - King's College
10 Cutcombe Road
London SE5 9RJ
What to Expect
The morning will be all about learning together and predominantly lecture based. The afternoon programme provides delegates with the opportunity to participate in several introductory and interactive workshops for a fun and facilitated movement experience.
The day will close with a panel Q+A session.
Come along prepared to move and feel the benefits for your own mental well-being!
Make sure you bring or wear comfortable clothing and appropriate footwear. Please bring a snack & full water bottle & waterproof layer for the workshop sessions to have on your person.
At registration, please be ready to sign up to several workshops options (Sign up for the Movement Workshops will happen at the time of registration on the day so please ensure you arrive early as this will be on a first come first served basis and there will be a chance to participate in 2 workshops each depending on availability: Options include: A guided run in Ruskin Park with William Pullen, Tai Chi with Damien Hackney, Yoga with Heather Mason, Primal Play with Darryl Edwards and Moving at Work with Dr Christie Lewis).
We look forward to welcoming you in London!
A Special Presentation
During the lunch break, we will be showing "Tonic of the Sea", a very special short film by Katie Maggs. Tonic of the Sea is a mini-documentary showing the link between mental health and sea swimming. Katie swims off the rocks of Penzance, UK nearly everyday of the year. Swimming has helped her overcome some of the struggles that life all too often throws our way. The hope is that her story may help others who are faced with similar challenges.
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