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Rooftop Meditation | Canberra

February 25 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm AEDT

Free
Meditation class

Take a slow conscious breath and imagine….

You are laying down under a beautiful clear summers night. Surrounded by fairy lights and candles. You welcome a cool breeze on your skin. As you are gently guided through 60 minutes of meditation, your body lets go a little more with each breath. You come to the end of the class and your body is completely relaxed.

This free wellbeing activity is for first responder families (check out who we serve here). Register yourself, and up to one other adult or teenager aged 16 or over (your partner, family member, or someone from your inner circle). Encourage a first responder colleague to register too, or make connections on the day.

All Fortem Wellbeing Activities are underpinned by the 5 Ways to Wellbeing — a set of practical lifestyle habits which contribute to our overall mental fitness. This model by our partners at The Royal Melbourne Hospital is based on widely researched, effective strategies for improving mental health and wellbeing, and forms the foundation of all Fortem Australia events, programs, and activities.

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Details

Date:
February 25
Time:
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm AEDT
Cost:
Free
Activity Tags:

Location

Canberra Region

Organiser

Other

Eligibility
https://fortemaustralia.org.au/who-we-serve/
Minimum age
16
Weather dependent
This activity goes ahead in all weather - please bring appropriate wet weather gear.
COVID Safety
Fortem is currently monitoring COVID guidelines closely and may reschedule this event and notify participants accordingly.
ACT
Canberra Region