The RGU Student Life team, in partnership with RGU Student Union, is hosting the first Resilience Week at RGU from the 26th to the 30th of November. A series of different activities have been organised to highlight areas which can have a positive impact on your mental wellbeing. There is something for everyone with a different theme for each day; no need to sign up just come along and join what is taking place.



Monday
26th November (10am-3pm)
RGU SPORT


RGU Sport drop-in for a free body balance class from 12.15pm-1pm or try your hand at table tennis in the Sir Ian Wood Building to refocus your mind on a new, fun activity.


Tuesday
27th November (1pm-2pm)
H230 Ishbel Gordon Building


Join us for a creativity and wellbeing workshop where we will explore life’s patterns and textures by drawing from nature. No drawing skills required and materials will be provided.


Wednesday
28th of November (12pm-1pm)
N311 SIWB


Join our interactive workshop with activities to promote optimism, problem solving, physical activity and mindfulness.



Thursday
29th November (10am-3pm)
Main Entrance, SIWB


Come along to the entrance of the Sir Ian Wood Building to sample some easy cook recipes and get some tips for how to re-create them at home.


Friday
30th November (11:30am-2pm)
RGU:Union


Come to RGU:Union to get a free 20 minute session with your pals to pet and cuddle some therapy dogs to get rid of exam stress.

Register for sessions here

 

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