A growing focus on wellbeing has led people to be more aware of their physical and mental health. The AHSN Network has updated its wellbeing resource to include a selection of new materials to support the wellbeing of you and your team.

From physical exercise and creativity to emotional resilience and the power of kindness, there’s advice and tips for everyone.

The pack curates a wide range of resources from a range of organisations, structured under the following sections:

Staying well – Lots of useful information in digestible formats including wellbeing guides on a range of topics, a kindness activity pack and mind and body wellbeing guides.

Mindfulness – A selection of calming activities for creativity, mindfulness, and relaxation.

Mental health – A fun way for you and your team to scale your mood, short videos offering simple wellbeing techniques, and learn how to be kind to your mind.

Body movement – Pilates you can do at your desk, a gym-free work out and a full-body resistance band workout you can do in your living room.

Support – Financial wellbeing information, guides to help with cost of living challenges, and boost your approach to coaching conversations with your team.

Download the pack here.


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