Sunday 08th December

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NOURISHED MIND 2

NOURISHED MIND 2

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The goal is to approach the subject of mental health through different routes, offering our audience divergent methods of improving their daily lives.

Some topics covered by professionals on talks and workshops and it’s effects on mental health can include: meditation, music, arts and crafts, nutrition, yoga, art therapy, hypnotherapy, creativity, mindfulness, sleep health, exercise and much more.

Some feedback from the 1st edition:

“Nourished Mind was a truly special event held in such a beautiful, warm and welcoming venue which was The Flowerpot in Hoxton. All speakers and workshop facilitators offered something truly special to the space and my sincere thanks to Izabel Florence and her vision to create a safe, supportive and inspiring environment in which all creatives are nurtured and appreciated and can ultimately flourish in their creative endeavours.” Thanks Izabel and Perceptions Warehouse for having me! – Certified Hypnotherapist and Performer Amy Coutts
“It was really therapeutic having a public platform to speak about my personal journey with mental health. I am internally grateful for Perceptions Warehouse allowing me to speak about finding meaning and recovery after severe mental illness. The questions after my talk were very insightful and the audience was supportive. If you are interested in mental health from an artistic perspective, then the Nourished Mind event is for you.” – Guest speaker Jason Grant
“I thought it was lively, well paced and an excellent atmosphere. It was varied and topical with a vast amount of experienced speakers.” Zelda Elliot from Carefree Kids Charity
“It was a lovely thoughtful and relaxing event.” – Peace Ambassador Marcia Martins da Rosa, experienced in the fields of Equality, Community Engagement, Health Care and Human Rights
“I thought it was fantastic. You had a great range of speakers and performers and it had a wonderful atmosphere, very welcoming and it felt “safe”.”

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