Sport in Mind Reading - Yoga for Mental Wellbeing
Sport in Mind provide physical activity sessions for adults (17+) experiencing mental health conditions to promote mental wellbeing and enrich lives.
All our sessions run every week, all year round (except on Bank Holidays) are drop-in sessions and open to all abilities! The aim is simply to have fun, in a safe and supported environment. We will provide all the equipment and a qualified coach so participants will just need to wear comfy clothes and it is free!
All abilities are welcome!
FREE session every Monday at 2:00pm-3:00pm
Meet in the Studio on the first floor in the Meadway Sports Centre, at 2pm. Ask at reception to point you in the right direction!
For further info and to find out about other venues in Reading and Wokingham, please visit our website www.sportinmind.org.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Kirsty Bowden
- Contact Position
- Development Officer
- 0118 947 9762 / 07788 993516 0118 947 9762 / 07788 993516
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Where to go
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Every Monday at 2-3PM
- Time of day
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Anyone who is struggling with their mental health can self refer themselves to our sessions, and simply drop-in!
All we ask is that new participants complete a short Participant Form which they can fill in online here.
- Other notes
We provide a large amount of sessions across Reading and Wokingham so please go to our website to find our more - www.sportinmind.org
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