Could you do with a massage? Some time away for some mindfulness or acupuncture? The lovely people at St Margaret’s House have introduced The Health Tree with a range of affordable wellbeing classes in Bethnal Green
Grant subsidised wellbeing in Bethnal Green
The Health Tree is inspired by the Mulberry Tree in the St Margaret’s House garden and like that healthy and resilient tree, this project will bring you opportunities to benefit from activities that improve physical, mental, energetic, and emotional wellbeing. The Health Tree is a holistic wellbeing project offering low-cost, affordable classes, workshops, talks, and events in yoga, Pilates, T’ai Chi, fitness, mindfulness, acupuncture, and more! Recognising the interconnectedness of health and wellbeing and based at St Margaret’s House and in spaces across the borough of Tower Hamlets, The Health Tree will offer a variety of engaging, fun, life enhancing wellbeing activities for people of all ages.
The project was delighted to have received funding from the Thriving Communities programme to lead The Health Tree! The project will also work alongside the Tower Hamlets GP Care Group and National Academy for Social Prescribing to create links with social prescribers as well as working with local groups to build knowledge on social prescribing.
After the stress of this last year, we could all use some time for selfcare and reflection. Not only will you get to a break and some relaxation time for yourself, you’ll also be a better parent for it.
Have a look at the programme on the website to find out more about what The Health Tree is offering and see how you can join in. If you’d also like to keep up to date with the project, please also sign up to the mailing list here.