Invitation from Elysia Therapeutic Centre to you:
We are running a Bridges to Oasis course for those seeking resilience individually and within the community in these challenging times. Bursary funding is available regardless of your financial circumstances.
We welcome a small group of up to 7 participants. The course will run in 3 individual Pathways over 1 x 11 and 2 x 12 weekly sessions. Each Pathway has its own journey, theme and restorative gesture. We share our stories, learn how to make sense of our experiences and rebuild a renewed sense of self and wellbeing together.
Each Pathway includes artistic exercises in colour and form to reinvigorate our sense of life, harmony and balance. We explore how nature bestows on us its own Act of Restorative Kindness, which we can reciprocate in small but meaningful ways.
The 1st Pathway starts on Wednesday 7th October from 10.00am-1.00pm at the Elysia Centre.
THIS COURSE IS FREE THANKS TO AWARDS FOR ALL.
If you are interested in joining the group, why not phone, email and leave a message to find out more. Contact us: Lindsey: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning Melanie: 07810 048739. We will then get back to you to confirm your interest. For more details see Events at www.elysiacentre.org and click on title: Bridges to Oasis Course.
Melanie Taylor: Founding member of Bridges to Oasis, Melanie is a trained Counsellor MSc., and combines her practice as an artist with part time life coaching. She is reimagining the way Oasis Groups support the traveller on their inner (soul) and outer (life) journey, and how our life questions and choices enable us to make a difference. She is a director and volunteer at the Elysia Centre Ltd. and a member of the Medical Section Council.
Lindsey Garner: Has spent most of her working life as a teacher working with teenagers in Suffolk and Herefordshire. A director and volunteer at the Elysia Therapeutic Centre Ltd she combines her interest in health and wellbeing with Oasis Group Facilitation, runs her own Oasis group in Hereford, grows vegetables on her allotment and is a grandmother.