- published: 21 Aug 2016
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Unless you have 11 minutes right now, save this delicious treat for dessert! This is part of Track 21 from the Abraham-Hicks CD entitled "A New Adventure". The track titled "Abraham Well-being Rampage" is music combined with Abraham's own words (as spoken by Esther Hicks). The message is very moving when combined with music! Note: The audio is available for free in the Abraham Hicks website and I do not claim ownership of it.
Samina Ali local born and bred #Watford enthusiast talking to Chris Ogle about the inspiration and idea behind the Wellbeing craft fair being held the 4 Sundays leading up to Christmas 2015 at the Attico Art Cafe just off Watford high street (final one 20th Dec 11:30-2:30pm). Followed by Dance with a difference... a kind of meditation through dance... #WellbeingWatford #Watford #SaminaAli #Link4Growth #L4G #L4GSWHerts #L4Gtv
Our BSc (Hons) in Social Care and Wellbeing and BSc (Hons) in Social Care and Wellbeing Older Person aim to provide our students with a greater understanding of social care and wellbeing. Both courses focus on health and social care policy development, the well-being needs of societies and the different factor that impact the sector. If you are interested in a career in health and social care, wanting to work with the older person, or already working/volunteering in the sector and seeking to advance your career options, our courses will support your goals.
Paul S Lubicz The Wellbeing Manager interviews Dr Trev on inflamation and the role it plays in bringing the body back to balance!
1. Represent ALL Students – Hosting events at the Students’ Union providing opportunities to integrate into university life and facilitate student experience. 2. Have Your Say… Anonymously – Establish an online forum in which students can share worries from the comfort of their keyboard. 3. Putting YOU first – Promoting and signposting the services available for your lifestyle, mental health and physical wellbeing. 4. Get Actively Involved – Continue to develop and expand SW5, striving to be inclusive and catering for hard to reach groups. 5. Take Action – Small campus, BIG voice! Giving YSJ students a chance to engage with nationwide campaigns.
Scientific evidence suggests that we can change our brains by transforming our minds and cultivating habits of mind that will improve well-being. These include happiness, resilience, compassion, and emotional balance. Each of these characteristics is instantiated in brain circuits that exhibit plasticity and thus can be shaped and modified by experience and training. Mental training to cultivate well-being has profound implications for the workplace including its impact on leadership, creativity, employee health, productivity, and collaboration. Speaker: Richard J. Davidson
http://www.ncem.co.uk/?idno=1275 This was the second national conference organised by Music4U, Youth Music's Musical Inclusion programme for York and the Humber Region, focusing on the benefits of music provision for deaf children and young people. This conference was aimed at professionals working with deaf young people and takes as its theme deafness, music and wellbeing. Invited speakers including Charles Hazlewood, Professor Barry Wright, Mary Bell and Teresa Brasier, Ali Harmer and Ceilidh-Jo Rowe, Jonathan Heale, and Dr Chris Barlow looked at the challenges deaf young people face and how music can promote improved mental and emotional wellbeing.
This video accompanies the GSDRC Professional Development Reading pack on Wellbeing available here: http://www.gsdrc.org/professional-dev/wellbeing/ Wellbeing is advocated as a positive, more inclusive approach to development, which goes beyond a narrow focus on policy or programme objectives to comprehend the real impact on people’s lives. Wellbeing is, however, a highly contested term, with different concepts and methods producing quite different results. This briefing provides a guide to the main approaches and their strengths and weaknesses...