Agora Health and Wellbeing Day, Sun 4th August 2019

Wildflowers at Rowen Memorial Hall, July 2019. Cornflowers, corncockle and poppy.

Agora Health and Wellbeing Day

Date: Sunday August 4th 2019

Venue: Rowen Memorial Hall, Conwy Valley, Conwy, LL32 8YA

Time: 10am – 4pm.
Click here for directions.

Agora comes from the ancient Greek word meaning “gathering place” or “open
space”. In ancient times people gathered together in the agora to learn from one
another, discuss and meet friends. From our point of view agora means a gathering
within the beautiful natural environment of mountains and sea in North Wales. It is a
space to be, to reflect and to collaborate. It is a coming together of anyone who is
interested in health, nature and wellbeing and who is willing to learn, share and
connect with like-minded people.
Do you struggle to find time to take care of you?
Do you feel tired and overwhelmed some of the time?
Do you want to make positive changes in your life?
Do you want to feel more relaxed and calm?
Come and join us in beautiful North Wales. We will be covering the 5 ways to
wellbeing and increasing your resilience, better ways to managing stress and a
wonderful mindfulness session. The benefits of attending will include having more
balance and joy in your life and working with like-minded people in the wonderful
natural setting of North Wales.
Cost of the day: £45 Cakes, tea, coffee and water are included. Please bring a packed
lunch. Please register for this event at: Eventbrite

Agenda for the Day

9.30 – 10.00am Register. Coffee and tea on arrival

10-00 -10.30am Welcome and Icebreaker.

10.30 – 11.30am Discussion on the 5 ways to wellbeing.
Group work and feedback – led by Sue Hodges and Pam Luckock

11.30 – 12.30pm Developing your own resilience, Wheel of Life – led by Sue Hodges

12.30 – 13.15pm Lunch outside – weather permitting – please bring a packed lunch

13.15 – 2.00pm Stress Management- signs of stress and tools to de-stress.
Discussion and feedback – led by Manuela Surgeon

2.00 – 3.30pm Mindfulness – an introduction and practice led by Fiona Smith,
Gwynedd Mindfulness Group

3.30 – 4.00pm Review of day and feedback.

A little bit about us…..
Sue Hodges has worked for over 25 years in the Further and Higher Education Sectors. She
is now a Coach and Trainer in leadership, wellbeing and personal development.
Pam Luckock has 25 years experience of working with people in the NHS. She is now a
Wellbeing Coach.
Fiona Smith is a qualified Counsellor and Mindfulness Trainer working in North Wales.
Manuela Surgeon is a Registered Psychotherapist and is committed to enhancing mental
Please email for more info.

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