About this Event
Feeling stressed? Come join our Stress-Busters Workshop! In just 3 hours, you'll learn and practise effective, hands-on techniques to help you recognise, address and manage stress, through mindfulness, art, group activities, and simple relaxation exercises, all in a friendly, relaxed interactive environment. Plus, you'll create your own plan to manage stress in your daily life.
What to expect:
- Discover how stress affects your health, work, and life
- Get creative with sensory-based activities for stress relief
- Learn practical relaxation techniques, to use on the go
By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:
- Recognise signs of stress before they become too much
- Create practical strategies to reduce stressful situations from happening so often
- Form simple practical strategies to manage the feelings of stress in a sustainable way
No matter what kind of stress you're facing, our workshop is perfect for you. Meet new people, pick up useful tips, and change the way you think, feel and respond to stress in a friendly and relaxed setting.
Thrive at Night
Thrive At Night has been developed by Bristol Nights and the public health team at Bristol City Council, alongside intersectional mental health consultancy NAOS. Inspired by conversations of night workers, managers and business operators who took the time to share their experiences through 1:1 interviews and a round table on 'mental health in the night time economy' hosted by Bristol Nights in October 2022. We have taken the time to reflect on our conversations with the sector for a truly representative picture on the needs of Bristol's Night Workers and the challenges we face.
It’s clear that mental health and wellbeing is a priority for our sector.
Current mental health and wellbeing resources, advice and access to NHS services can create barriers for night time workers, they are often available at inaccessible times, and in some cases feature insensitive or impractical advice for those who work from 6pm-6am.
Thrive At Night is a range of resources to help guide night time businesses through the journey of creating more mentally healthy workplaces, and help create compassionate leaders to better look after their teams.
For more information, visit www.bristolnights.co.uk/thrive-at-night
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Radnor Rooms, 30 Saint Nicholas Street, Bristol, United Kingdom