Think Active support groups provide physical activity sessions for people living with low-level mental illness or with a history of poor mental health, connecting participants with like-minded individuals and encouraging them to engage with conversations about mental health. The programme has begun with Think Active Walk and Talk sessions across the county.
Evidence suggests that both physical activity and being outside in nature can help your mood and generate a sense of well-being. Walk and Talk sessions provide a safe space for people to take their first steps into a more active lifestyle and also to chat with people who can share experiences.
Registration for people wanting to take part is simple; just get in touch using the link below and we can put you in contact with your local group leader. All sessions are free of charge and most sessions have tea, coffee and light refreshment available afterwards.
We are currently running Walk and Talk
sessions in the following areas:
- Boston - Walk and Talk, Witham Way Country Park, Wednesday at 2pm
- Grantham - Walk and Talk (Women only), Queen Elizabeth Park, Tuesday at 10:30am
- Grantham - Walk and Talk (all), Alma Wood, Wednesday morning at 10 am
- Market Rasen - Dog Walk, Walesby Woods Market Rasen, Tuesday 6.30pm
- Pinchbeck - Walk and Talk, Baptiste Church Knight Street, Wednesday 12 noon
- Skegness - Beach Walk and Talk, Monday at 11am
Register your interest in attending here.
If you are interested in setting up a new Think Active group get in touch with Matt Evans
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