Tue 9th June 17:30 – 19:00 — Book here

Take this time to consider what self prioritisation looks like for you, and how it could positively impact yourself and and those around you.

What we need changes throughout our lives. At this forced time of pause and reset, take advantage of this opportunity to consider what self prioritisation looks like for you. Thinking of stress as an equation, transformative coach and Tula wellbeing founder, Kat Searson, will guide you through this group interactive coaching session, with some practical tools.

We’ll use the core pillars of wellbeing; Solid Foundations, Physiology, Identity, Connection, and Create & Express, as a framework to take control of our current reality, and build personal toolboxes, to feel and function better.

A pen/pencil
A quiet space

Kat’s session will be held on Zoom. Please ensure you have the app downloaded ahead of time and familiarise yourself with Zooms basic options.

Access to the waiting room will be 10 mins before the session starts, and we will begin promptly at 5.30pm.

This session is interactive, so please keep your screen view on, if you can. Throughout the session please use the messaging board as a ‘group chat’. If your screen automatically changes due to sound, please mute. You can adjust accordingly, if you’d like to come off mute and offer a group contribution, throughout the session.

Kat will be your guide, sharing her screen for content, and reliant on your communication to make technology our friend, to make any adjustments you need to screen views or sound. Best to keep her on speaker view throughout, rather than gallery.

Break Out Rooms — We’ll use breakout rooms to split into smaller discussion groups for exercises. Kat may jump in and out of smaller discussion groups, and will also be available via the messaging board during these exercises.

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Please contact Kat at hello@tulawellbeing.co.uk if you’d like to stay in touch, have any questions about content, Tula workshops, their work, or more.

We hope you’re enjoying the unique content our partners are sharing with you at this challenging time. At a time when it’s difficult to come together, we invite you to join us in supporting the vital work Mind Islington are doing to help the most vulnerable in the wider community. 

You can donate directly to the charity here.

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