Our Nutrition Lead Helen Cooke will speak to the Friends about the impact nutrition and food can have on health and wellbeing, and what we can do to positively address imbalances and recurring problems.
Helen has previously helped to deliver the Portland Centre’s Food for Wellbeing course at Bakesmiths, and now delivers a Nutrition for Wellbeing clinic as part of the Associate Therapist team. She is also involved in Kitchen on Prescription.
We’re excited to announce details of a new crowdfunding campaign that aims to raise funds to provide Self-Care for Wellbeing Courses in Southmead, Bristol. This crowdfunding campaign is part of the #BetterBristol project.
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A walking history tour of Bristol with Dr Elizabeth Thompson
These free-of-charge courses will combine three holistic healthcare approaches: Creative Writing for Wellbeing, Mindfulness and Yoga, and have been designed to enable all participants to take more responsibility for their health and wellbeing.
Holistic Medicine is at the heart of our crowdfunding project, which has been launched in conjuncture with the Better Bristol campaign. At PCIM, we’re committed to making Bristol a sustainable healthcare city by providing accessible health and wellbeing services that use a holistic healthcare approach.
Did you know that over 50% of households in the UK do not dispose of used and expired medication properly? This can have devastating effects on the environment and our drinking water.
Find out more about why sustainable healthcare is important, and how Self-Care for Wellbeing Courses will help here.
The #BetterBristol match-fund campaign aims to support and promote the activities of organisations in the city with a passion for positive change. It is delivered by Bristol Green Capital Partnership community interest company who are investing £45,000 in local ideas and projects that will contribute to making Bristol a sustainable city with a high quality of life for all. The Better Bristol match-fund campaign will help to make these ideas and projects a reality by offering coaching and support to crowdfunders, and awarding grants of between £3,000 and £4,000 to eligible projects who have first gained support ‘from the crowd’ by crowdfunding the first 50% of their overall target.
View all projects here from 1 June 2017 and learn more about Bristol Green Capital Partnership here.
The Portland Centre will soon launch a Holistic Doctor clinic in Bristol. This new referral network will provide patients with the chance to see a qualified conventional and complementary medical professional, who will suggest a treatment and provide access to a wide variety of holistic practitioners in Bristol under a ‘whole person care’ banner.
On 3rd June, Holistic Dr Elizabeth Thompson will present this idea to the Friends and explains why Holistic Healthcare in Bristol is essential.
On 3rd June, Dr Wilkinson presents this idea to the Friends and explains why Holistic Healthcare in Bristol is essential.