Health and Wellbeing March Newsletter 2021

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Health and Wellbeing

March 2021

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Spring clean your wellbeing

The first day of spring is arriving early! The month of March is the start of new beginnings making it an ideal time to take up something new and start looking after your health and wellbeing.

Want to learn how to cook healthy food? We've got a brand new Cookery Course starting soon courtesy of UK Harvest. If you need to get into shape, why not try one of our free Get active taster sessions? Whatever your health and wellbeing goal is, we are here to support you.

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Feel 'NourishEd' and learn to cook! 

Introducing our new Cookery Skills course!

This course is aimed at people/households with very little or no cooking skills who want to gain confidence in the kitchen, develop cookery skills, grow knowledge around healthy eating and cooking on a budget. 

What's involved?

• You will receive your Welcome Pack upon registering.

• In your Welcome Pack is a shopping list to buy the ingredients you need each week.

• We’ll send you over the Zoom login details the day before each session.

• You can get prepared by checking your equipment list and setting up your kitchen and ingredients.

• Rustle something up in a 2-hour cook-a-long class as a group!

When does it start? 

Wednesday 10 March 2021 5.00pm to 7.00pm

To register for either of the programmes or to ask any questions please email or call 01403 215111.

Spaces are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment!

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Free Get Active taster sessions

Beginning on Monday 15 March we’ve organised a range of free online exercise taster sessions!

If you are looking to get active but not quite sure what to do this is the perfect opportunity to try out a few different options. You can have a go at Pilates, Exercise to Music and Back to Fitness (sign up to as many as you like!). Visit the ‘What’s Going On’ page on our website to see everything that’s on offer throughout the week.

Our instructors will take time to talk you through what to expect during a typical session, give you a short 20-30 minute beginners workout and also answer any questions or concerns you may have. If you would rather just watch to get a feel for it that’s fine too!

The sessions are aimed at those who are new to exercise and want to try it out before committing to the free 10-week beginner course.

Please email or call us on 01403215111 to get more information and to book a place.

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This is your chance to start making healthier choices with the help of Horsham Wellbeing’s Weight off Workshops. 

We have two spaces left for our March course starting this week so get in touch now! 

Enquire now

smoking day

Give up for good

It's No Smoking Day on Wednesday 10 March. This year’s theme is ‘Quitting smoking doesn’t have to be stressful’

No matter how long you've smoked for, no matter how many cigarettes you smoke a day, your health will start to improve as soon as you quit. Some health benefits are immediate, some are longer-term, but what matters is that it's never too late.

You are three times more likely to be a successful quitter if you have professional support compared to trying alone. Our trained advisors can offer you this support, which includes regular appointments as well as providing you with the Nicotine Replacement Therapy products to help you quit.

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More flavour, less salt!

More time is being spent cooking at home and recreating much loved dishes. During these unusual times, this is an opportunity to get creative in the kitchen with new recipes and flavours. 

It may seem as though the only way to add flavour to home-cooked meals is with a big pinch of salt, but there are many other ways to ensure your food packs a flavoursome punch! 

To celebrate Salt Awareness week this month, take a look at our simple tips to help you use less salt. 

Top Tips

Spotlight on W apps

Spotlight on Wellbeing apps

Wellness apps can help make a real improvement to your mental health and wellbeing. To help get you through the rest of lockdown, we've chosen some helpful and positive apps you can download for free;

Stress anxiety companion app

Equoo: Emotional Fitness Game app

Catch it app

NHS Live well

Our friendly wellbeing advisors are also on hand to provide extra support. Find out about the free services we offer and book an appointment to help you get started on your wellbeing journey. 

Contact us

coming soon

Watch this space

We have some exciting news to share with you about a brand new wellbeing project that will mean you can drop in and see us throughout the week!

Tune in to next month's Newsletter for more details...