Mindful Moments at Festival Place

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Mindful Moments at Festival Place

Join Festival Place as we celebrate Mindful Moments and be part of the bigger picture this January.

On 12th - 13th January we will be running a range of activities to encourage health and well-being from 11am - 4pm.

Mindfullness Mosaic -
Take part in our Mindfulness Mosaic, which will be located in Porchester square.  

Built from Lego bricks, each little square created will help produce the final image. Take time out of your busy schedule to be part of something this year. 

Well-Being Studio -
Join Basingstoke Sports Centre over the weekend in their pop up well-being studio (located next to Swarovski).

On Saturday 12th January try a free class  -

11:00 – 11:25      Beginners Yoga with Maddie
11:30 – 11:55      Beginners Yoga with Maddie
12:15 – 12:45      BodyMax with Nik
13:00 – 13:30    Family Bootcamp with Sarah
13:45 – 14:15      Mini Movers (Toddlers) with Sarah

On Sunday 13th January -
Meet the team for health and well being tips and have a go on their InBody Machine.
The InBody machine goes beyond traditional body composition analysis, measuring a full range of metrics including fat, muscle, and total body water. These values can be important for understanding your fluid distribution and the parts of your body that carry the most fatty tissue or lean muscle. 

Junior Paper Flower Workshops -
The Hampshire Flower Studio (located next to Apple) will be running creative drop in sessions where children and adults can learn simple techniques to create paper flower posies, colourful lanterns and fabric floral badges to brighten up January. These activities are suited to children 7+ and every child is to be accompanied by an adult who are welcome to take part.

They will be collecting donations for The Playhouse Foundation. This Hampshire charity raises money for tutors to go into the homes of families of young, non verbal autistic children so that they can go on to attend mainstream school.