Welcome to Bristol Wellbeing College
Put your wellbeing first.
Open to anyone in Bristol aged 18+.
Our free wellbeing workshops and courses take place in community venues and online.
For a list of our workshops and courses, download a copy of our latest Printable Prospectus.
Workshops and courses
We have a colour-coded system so you can see which workshops and courses are most appropriate for your recovery journey. If you’re unsure, we recommend you start with green workshops.
All our workshops, courses and activities can be found below. Please click on the workshop title for more details.
|Mind & Movement
It’s no secret that moving is good for our wellbeing, yet it is so often a topic that comes loaded with expectation and stigma. This workshop explores the many positives of integrating movement into our lives, as well as the obstacles and challenges we may face in doing so. We will reflect on personal motivations to move, before considering steps that help us move in tune with our values and goals.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0117 914 5498.
Location: Wellspring Settlement, 43 Ducie Road, Barton Hill, Bristol BS5 0AX Date: 19 December 2023 Time: 10:30 to 12:30
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Green Workshops: Lighter workshops offering an introduction into various ways to improve wellbeing. They are accessible to anyone, encouraging self-expression and self-care. Workshops involve techniques, activities, and ways to connect with our senses, to develop a wellbeing toolkit.
Blue Workshops: More detailed workshops that focus on making positive changes to habits, behaviours and lifestyle. The workshops support you to maintain positive change or take steps towards making a change. These more structured workshops aim to provide you with helpful tools and strategies.
Pink Courses: In-depth and encouraging self-reflection, long-term planning and progression. Our courses provide an opportunity to share experiences and support each other. Courses require commitment to attend all sessions and a willingness to complete homework.
News, resources and things to know
One of our learners, Ruth, has written a very helpful resource, writing for wellbeing. It contains simple writing exercises that may help you process your thoughts and feelings.
Our learners are also welcome to join our community Facebook group.
Some learners attended our creative writing course, Poem Brut. We are exhibiting their art, Poetry Without Words, online. You can also read blogs from our learners and tutors.