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Have You Organised Your Staff Activity for Mental Health Week?

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On World Mental Health Day and in Australia we spend a whole week (a month in NSW) sharing awareness and education around the effects of mental illness and the profound impact positive mental health can have on all of our lives.

If we take a brief 'time out' to acknowledge the possible hardships and anxiety our fellow colleagues, friends or family may be going through, it can be a real game changer for all parties.

An InRhythm Therapeutic Drumming or Body Percussion session can be the perfect activity to make or support that acknowledgement in a fun, inclusive, safe, inspiring, hands on way.

We receive no greater satisfaction than when our sessions unveil the natural sense of joy within participants and give groups the opportunity to connect with each other on that level.

If you are considering a staff activity for Mental Health Week then please talk to us about how we can help you make it lasting and meaningful.

Use our ENQUIRY FORM or call us on 1300 55 40 35

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InRhythm Admin on Saturday, 20 April 2019 23:03

We love these mental health solutions!

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