Welcome to Moray Wellbeing Hub

*Want to improve wellbeing in Moray?
*Challenge stigma whilst supporting recovery and self-management?

Moray Wellbeing Hub needs your ideas on what works for you, and those you care about, to live life to the full. We create community and virtual spaces in which everyone feels welcome and inspired to live mentally healthy lives, as well as support existing ones to connect and grow, reaching out across Moray to diverse communities and groups.
Our work takes personal experiences and combining them with research and local resources to create sustainable change.

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Reclaim paper from your own garments with emotional memories - amazing chance to experience this powerful workshop in Moray. Creative, healing and supportive environment.
Note: ticket sales will close soon so book now to avoid disappointment.

Part of the Moray Feelgood Festival this October - many events free, family and accessible to support your wellbeing!
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Reclaim Rags to Paper – Therapeutic Papermaking Workshop - with Alison...

October 10, 2017, 10:00am - October 10, 2017, 4:30pm

If possible, please bring with you an item of clothing, in natural fibres, that has meaning for you that will be transformed into paper during the course of the day. Learning to make paper produces satisfying results which can form the basis of books, drawings, prints and objects. It also offers an opportunity to reflect, work out and rewrite old stories into positive new ones - giving special therapeutic benefits for anyone who has lived, or is living, in difficult times. In the process, a shift occurs. From cutting rags, through to drawing, writing, printing and assembling, makers become agents of change. Significant fabrics and clothing become transformed into works of art, opening up insight into difficult experiences and building new understanding, forgiveness and meaning. PaperShift was set up by Papermaker and Artist Alison Simpson after hosting a short Residency in the Moray Art Centre in Scotland with Drew Mattott and Margaret Mahan of the US- based Peace Paper Project.

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Dances with Wool, Elgin

September 21, 2017, 2:00pm - September 21, 2017, 8:00pm

A world-renowned dancer who knits, and a world-renowned knitter who dances, Kirstie Simson and Stephen West invite you to share their passion for movement and all things wool. Whether you’re a knitter, a dancer, neither or both; beginners and experts of all ages are invited to take part in our Dances with Wool Community Workshops, culminating in a purl of a finale performance.

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New post (Resource: Self-directed Support - Legal Rights Project) has been published on Moray Wellbeing Hub

The MECOPP Carers Centre in Edinburgh would like to let you know about their new Self-directed Support legal rights project, “The 3 R’s Project”. The project may be of interest to carers and/or the supported person, where they have encountered difficulty accessing or using Self-directed Support....

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New post (Reflection: See Me Health and Social Care Leaders Seminar, Edinburgh. 31st August 2017) has been published on Moray Wellbeing Hub

I was delighted to be invited to travel to this event as a representative and Champion of the Moray Wellbeing Hub, in our role as community connectors toward improving health and social care in Moray, and challenging the stigma that prevents wellbeing for so many people.

I was joined by...

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New post (News: BodySurf Scotland) has been published on Moray Wellbeing Hub

From time to time we share news about other organisation's events. Please contact the organisers directly for details.

Aside from working hard on our own festival, we keep an eye out for what else is happening locally that might be of interest. Bodysurf Scotland have a very innovative...

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