Healthy Minds introduce their Community Programme for Jan – March 2022!
As we approach midwinter, when the Earth’s northern pole is tilted furthest away from the sun, it can sometimes feel that we are living in endless darkness. The word “solstice” derives from the Latin “solstitium”, meaning “sun stands still”. However, the solstice symbolises rebirth and the continuation of life, marking the beginning of the slow return of light to our lives.While it has not been the best of ends to another challenging year, we do hope you manage to reflect on and celebrate the passing of 2021 in whatever way you chose. Our office will be closed from the 23rd of December until the 4th of January, as we too need time to recuperate, rejuvenate, and prepare ourselves for another busy programme.
From creating digital poetry influenced by the changing face of Camden to threading trinkets inspired by the unclaimed tokens left behind at the foundling museum, you’ll find something meaningful to do in the cold winter months ahead. Alongside our usual programme of physical activities and creative courses, we bring you an archaeology wellbeing extravaganza. You will go mudlarking on the banks of the River Thames then create pottery based on the fragments you uncover there.