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Right Mind – Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Programme

RIGHT MIND

Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing programme

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RIGHT MIND is perfect for women who want to improve their mental health, boost their energy levels and meet new people. 

This is a FREE physical activity and social session. It is delivered in a fun and comfortable environment. The sessions vary depending on what the group wants to do from week to week.

RIGHT MIND is perfect for improving women’s mental health. The focus is to relax and enjoy some gentle exercise.

If you’re nervous a member of our team will meet you at reception and talk you through the programme.

Women’s mental health issues affect people from all walks of life. These issues can impact on your daily life in many different ways. Physical activity is proven to alleviate women’s mental health symptoms.

Exercises include:

Netball

Cricket

Tennis

Dancing

Zumba

Basketball

Badminton

Rounders

Soccercise

Handball

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What participants have to say

I used to get paranoid and going to the supermarket could make me anxious. But I’m managing things like that much better now and I feel able to go to the shops or into town after attending, which I wouldn’t have done before. – Kat

Right Mind has helped me a lot; it is great fun and I believe that the project has helped me to stay out of hospital since I started to attend. – Elaine

Our residents love coming to these sessions, Right Mind is really beneficial because the participants are getting weekly exercise and our residents are socialising with individuals outside the home. This has helped boost their self-esteem and confidence. – Janet, Care Worker at Annesley House

Location and times

Every Wednesday

10:00am-11:30am

Portland Centre

Muskham Street

Nottingham

How to get referred

Anyone interested in taking part in RIGHT MIND should contact Emma Trent on 0115 905 5896.  FITC accept self-referrals. We also accept referrals from Healthcare Professionals.

Staff

Project Manager: Emma Trent

Project Coordinator: Claire Wilmott

SELF REFERRAL FORM

MEDIA CENTRE

Click here to read a participants poem