Get energised, balanced and inspired for the year ahead with three weeks of talks, workshops, films and more, exploring well-being of mind, body and spirit.
All events at Lewes Climate Hub at 32 High Street, Lewes unless otherwise indicated.

Week 1: Well-being of Body

Wednesday 31 January, 11am-12.30pm, FREE   
Coffee Morning: Social Prescribing with Sarah Guyan, FREE
Social prescribing recognises the value of non-clinical activities and interventions for improving individuals’ health and well-being, from volunteering, to arts activities and group learning to befriending. Sarah Guyan of Age UK East Sussex explains the different social prescribing options and how they can be accessed.

Thursday 1 February, 1pm-3pm FREE
Soup and Cine: ‘The Seeds of Vandana Shiva’
A film telling the remarkable life story of Gandhian eco-activist Dr. Vandana Shiva who stood up to the corporate giants of industrial agriculture and inspired a global crusade for change in who controls the food we eat. Plus enjoy discussion and a nourishing bowl of homemade soup.

Friday 2 February, 1pm-3pm, £4 – book on Eventbrite     
Talk:  Holistic Health and Ayurveda with Amarjeet S. Bhamra 
With the support of Amarjeet S. Bhamra, renowned author, lecturer and dedicated master of Ayurvedic Bodywork systems, explore the connection of body mind and spirit for well-being and how to support it in daily life.
Full details and booking here

Saturday 3 February, 11am-1pm, FREE
Creative wand-making with twigs and other found objects
A fun activity for all ages

Saturday 3 February, 1pm-3pm, FREE      
Healing Power of Trees plus Imbolc Ceremony
Reconnect with the healing energies of trees and nature. Take part in a guided meditation and Imbolc ceremony to mark the very beginning of Spring, with Sarah Guyan, a trained Shamanic practitioner and Chinese medicine acupuncturist.

Sunday 4 February, 10am – lunchtime, Laughton Greenwood, Laughton    
Family Activity: ‘Plant a Tree for a Healthy Planet’
Spend time restoring nature at this beautiful community woodland. Do bring snacks and hot drinks for mid-morning. Book your space and get more information at

Week 2: Wellbeing of Mind

Wednesday 7 February, 11am-12.30pm, FREE     
Coffee Morning: Caring for Alzheimers with Samantha Keylock
Do you know someone with or developing Alzheimers? Come and learn ways to go forward with Samantha Keylock from Know Dementia.

Thursday 8 February, 1pm-3pm, FREE
Soup and Cine: ‘My Octopus Teacher’
The award-winning film about regaining a sense of purpose and well-being with the help of the natural world. Enjoy discussion and a nourishing bowl of homemade soup.

Friday 9 February, 1.30pm-3pm, £4 – book on Eventbrite     
Workshop: Yoga Breathing with Helen Kowalski

Explore the power of breath to calm and renew with yoga and meditation teacher Helen Kowalski from Lewes’ Unity Centre. Wear comfortable loose clothing, bring a mat or blanket and only eat a light lunch beforehand.
Full details and booking here

Saturday 10 February, 12.30-1.30pm, FREE
Talk: A Four-Day Week: Improving Life at Work and Beyond
Dr Charlotte Rae PhD, founder of the Sussex 4-Day Week project, explores how reducing time at work with no loss of salary improves mental health, reduces burnout, and enhances workplace performance, and shows how employers have made a four-day week work.

Saturday 10 February 1.45pm-3pm, £6 – book on Eventbrite
Therapy: Singing Bowls Session with Beverley D’Silva
Sound Healing Therapy to help you to relax, release and rejuvenate. Be enveloped into the sounds of Himalayan singing bowls, Koshi chimes, mantra and meditation with Beverley D’Silva from Lewes’ Unity Centre. Wear comfortable loose clothing and bring a mat or blanket to lie on.
Full details and booking here

Week 3: Wellbeing of Spirit

Wednesday 14 February, 1.30pm-3pm, FREE
Climate Café with Jack Broadley
Share your thoughts and feelings about the climate and ecological emergency in a safe, welcoming and non-judgemental space, facilitated by Jack Broadley of the Climate Psychology Alliance.

Thursday 15 February, 1pm-3pm, FREE
Soup and Cine: ‘I Am Greta’
A film charting the young Swedish activist’s dogged crusade to get the world and its leaders to acknowledge and act on the scientific reality of climate change. Enjoy discussion and a nourishing bowl of homemade soup.

Friday 16 February, 11.30am-12.10pm, £6 per family – book on Eventbrite   
Workshop: Stressbusting and Relaxation Techniques for Kids 
(7-14 year olds with accompanying adult)
Including an alien mindfulness experience and a voyage to a beautiful island with Hannah Hill from Well-being Tree. (If you wish to lie down during the visualisation, please bring a mat or a rug.)
Full details and booking here

Friday 16 February, 2pm-3pm, £5 per person – book on Eventbrite
Workshop: Mindfulness Meditation and Stress Reduction techniques for Adults (16 yrs+)
Treat yourself to a relaxation session and learn simple techniques to improve and maintain mental health with Hannah Hill from Well-being Tree. Learn how to self-regulate and feel more peaceful even when life is hectic.
Full details and booking here

Saturday 17 February, 11am-12.30pm, FREE
Paint a stone with gratitude
Bring some pocket-sized stones or pebbles to decorate with reminders of what we have to be thankful for! A fun activity for all the family!

Saturday 17 February, 1pm-3pm, FREE
Talk: Buddhism and Well-Being with Georgie Lee
Explore how the philosophy of Buddhism supports well-being and creates hope with Georgie Lee of Lewes SGI Buddhists.