Here’s your free webinar “Looking After Yourself During Lockdown” – I hope you enjoy 😊
As you’ve opted in for this page, an email is on its way with this link too (so you can find it agaain if you need).
And if the video below won’t play (because technical gremlins sometimes have their way), click this link to find it on YouTube (but come back to check out the resource links below)
The resources I mention in the webinar are linked below for your ease of reference, and I will keep adding to these as I come across them. Some are no-cost, and some are low-cost. All are recommended by trusted colleagues or known of myself.
If you are struggling with lockdown, or you are worried about someone else who is, please feel free to contact me and I’ll certainly try to help. Sometimes just having a chat is enough, and I’m sure I’ll be able to point you in the direction of something that might help you if I can’t.
Take good care xx
Reconnect with your soul
AnnaLouise Haigh is a fountain of wisdom, calm, and serenity. Check out her latest offering to help ease the pain of lockdown here:
Light-filled, Loving and Wise
If the mood strikes you to de-clutter your home then try these resources:
Restful Space Coaching
Free things to do online
This amazing blog contains a list of lots of different kinds of activities for all the family, which you can do at home. I highly recommend having a look and seeing what takes your fancy.
Support for increased alcohol consumption
If you are worried about your drinking habits during lockdown (and many of us are turning to alcohol as a coping mechanism) or you’re in recovery from addiction and finding lockdown even more difficult, then there is some support and advice here:
Meditation of a different kind
If you’ve never attended a Gong Bath Meditation, then why not?? Masha Bennett has incredible skills, so I encourage you to check out her events and facebook page:
Teach kids to make a website!
If you have a budding entrepreneur who needs something to do while school’s out, have a look at this brilliant, fun, and affordable program that teaches kids essential website building skills. And keeps them occupied for an entire week!
Need to talk?
Call the Samaritans here: tel:116123
or go to their website: http://www.samaritans.org/
If you are living with an abuser and need help, click these links for advice. And of course there’s 999.
National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 200 0247
Whether you love dancing around your living room like mad, or you prefer a slower pace, have a look at these different resources for exercising at home
Workouts for all the family:
Support for Children and Young People
Kooth is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people aged 11 to 18 years. Available in Bolton, Manchester, Oldham, Trafford Rochdale, Wigan, Bury, Salford, Tameside & Glossop and Stockport.