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Health and wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing

IMPROVING HEALTH AND WELLBEING IS AT THE HEART OF EVERYTHING WE DO AT SEACOURT.  

Our members often speak about their time at Seacourt as ‘their time’, a space that they carve out to work and enjoy the community we share. For those who come for a course we aim to give that same sense of decompression and enjoyment.

WE ALSO HAVE  PROGRAMMES THAT ARE MORE STRUCTURED AND TARGETED TOWARDS ENCOMPASSING THE 5 WAYS TO WELLBEING MODEL AS A BASIS:

CONNECT: Connect with the people around you: family, friends, colleagues and neighbours at home, work, school or in your local community. Our members often say the most invaluable aspect of Seacourt Print Workshop is how conversational and welcoming the space is. This is something we value and believe that an artist must feel relaxed in order let their creativity flow. 

BE ACTIVE: Go for a walk or run, cycle, play a game, garden or dance. 

TAKE NOTICE: Be observant, look for something beautiful or remark on something unusual. Through our creative workshops, we encourage participants to take inspiration from their now life experience as well as from resources provided within the workshop. 

KEEP LEARNING: Learning enhances self confidence and self esteem and is a great way to meet new people. Research shows that practicing creativity, individuals can improve their overall life satisfaction and problem solving skills.  

GIVE: By participating in community workshops and events, participants can contribute to others’ health and wellbeing through social interaction, practical support and  engaging in creative endeavours. 

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