As part of this year’s Staff Conference 2022 we have a variety of exciting wellbeing activities taking place on our Medway Campus.
For Tuesday 13 September, there will be an all-day health monitoring session at Medway, where our Occupational Health Department are offering staff blood pressure checks in Room M04. If you would like an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Wednesday 14 September, before you join colleagues at the staff barbecue (between 12.00-14.00) for a fun afternoon of live music, food and drink, there are a number of staff wellbeing activities for you to sign up to.
All these sessions will be taking place on our Medway campus, so take a look at the schedule and come along!
09.30 – 16.00 – Acupressure chair massage – with Rebecca Farrell
Rebecca is the owner of Centre Anahata in Chatham and a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists. currently the only practitioner trained to offer Ayurvedic Yoga Massage in Kent, alongside her qualifications in seated chair massage, reflexology and yoga.
Please book for twenty-minute slots of seated chair massage will be offered throughout the day to relieve muscular pressure and leave staff feeling energised and refreshed.
10.30 – 11.30 – Nutrition talk – with Leni Wood
Leni Wood is a registered Nutritional Therapist specialising in gut and women’s health within her online clinic at OWN Nutrition. Leni is also the Head of Nutrition & Wellness Development for Nellsar Care Homes Ltd where she works closely with catering, care and nursing teams who support elderly and vulnerable adults living with long-term illness and dementia.
The hour will include:
- The basics of healthy eating and energy balance.
- How to nourish yourself throughout the day, with a focus on sustaining energy through diet, avoiding the 3pm biscuit(s) and subsequent sleepy slump.
- Macronutrients and micronutrients and how they can affect energy production.
- The gut / brain connection.
- Simple tips for improving diet and lifestyle.
14.00 – 15.00 – Sound healing – with Michelle Crozier
Led by Michelle Crozier, originally from an opera and musical theatre background Michelle became a kirtan drummer and backing vocalist, supporting other artists. She then realised her dream of leading her own kirtans and sound healing events.
The hour will entail a sound healing journey in which attendees which just need to sit back and relax. The intention is to let go of the stresses of everyday life that can appear in the body on a physical, emotional and energetic level. The music will be a creative mix of singing bowls, tingsha and koshi bells, kalimba, shamanic sounds, drumming, mantra singing and rich angelic tones.
12.00 – 14.00 – Medway staff barbecue
Food, drinks, live music socialising and networking… We hope to see you there!
Check out the daily programmes for the Staff Conference 2022.
Don’t forget to check out The Medway Learning and Teaching Festival.