Wellbeing Walks Do something great for the wellbeing of yourself, your team and brain injury survivors
A good walk can do wonders for your physical and mental wellbeing. Being active has a whole range of benefits when it comes to your health. It improves self-perception and self-esteem, mood and sleep quality; and reduces stress, anxiety and fatigue. In recent times, there has never been a bigger need to invest in wellbeing and get people outdoors, together.
A Wellbeing Walk will provide you with the opportunity to improve your physical and mental wellbeing. You will be able to focus on yourselves and develop resilience, share inner thoughts and feedback with others, and be rewarded for a job well done. Together, you will improve your wellbeing and confidence; as well as build team spirit and provide a positive focus for all.
Our Wellbeing Walks are delivered at a date suitable to you at a location of your choosing. They are designed to be inclusive and beneficial to all. These are available for groups of five walkers who will have a private hike guide. There can be up to ten groups in one location at one time.
Reconnect with yourself and with your colleagues, all whilst achieving something incredible for those affected by brain injury.
What you can expect:
- A low-level walk through inspiring countryside
- Discover lakes and waterfalls
- Explore caves and forests
- On-the-go workshops on mindfulness and anxiety
- Confidence and relationship building exercises
- Printed information so you can continue to do the wellbeing exercises after the event
- Relieve stress, anxiety and tension
- Enjoy the outdoors and help eliminate fatigue
- Improve the ability to focus
- Improve mood and sleep quality
- Improve mental wellbeing, happiness and fitness
- Improve self-perception and self-esteem
- Motivation and teamwork
- Reconnect with others
- Help those in need as part of Corporate Social Responsibility
- Invest in people and rebuild relationships
Cost: £40 per person/£200 per group of 5
Minimum sponsorship: £100 per person/£500 per group of 5
All walks have been risk assessed and will adhere to current government guidance on social distancing, with no more than 6 people (including hike guide) in a group. Walks are provided by Challenge the Wild and all organisation will be overseen by them.