I wrote this blog post for Bristol Life of Breath Project, so am now posting it here. I’m very proud of the work that a group of us did in primary schools in early 2019. I’m using some of the ideas we experimented with in some new workshops I’m devising for GP Dr Sarah Temple and her company Ehcap. Her work on emotion coaching for parents and children helps a great deal of people and I’m proud to be part of the development of this too.
It’s been busy and exciting being part time Exhibition and events Consultant for the Life of Breath Project’s Catch Your Breath end exhibition, working alongside an awesome team of people. We’re half way through our programme. Here I am at the launch at Southmead hospital, Bristol, UK, photo courtesy of Wellcome Trust. The exhibition is now moving from Southmead hospital to Bristol Central Library (I’m excited about our new central Bristol location), but if you’d like to see a virtual walk around the exhibition from the comfort of your sofa, take a look… https://catchyourbreath.org/bristol-virtual-exhibition The exhibition kicked off with a series of wonderful events in Bristol before Christmas: https://catchyourbreath.org/catch-your-breath-moves-to-bristol/ … what a feast…. highlights for me were the Rap workshop with Mandeep Singh and Puppetry workshop with Chris Pirie. To see an account of two of my recent workshops as part of the workshop programme, see https://catchyourbreath.org/writing-letters-to-your-breath So what’s coming up now? Here’s our new programme. Book in and we’ll see you there!