WELLBEING DAY OUT
Photo Gallery from Wellbeing Day Out 2019
Many many thanks to all of the individuals and organisations who helped out at our free community event held on 4 May 2019. Special thanks to the Albert-Eden Local Board for its support and funding.
Wonderful weather for our Wellbeing Day Out!
The Free Wellbeing Day Out was organised by Mt Eden Rotary with support from the Rotaract Club of Auckland City and support and funding from the Albert-Eden Local Board.
Here we are.
Students from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic provided free spinal checks.
Rotary has 100 years of action and influence in our communities.
Rotary caters for all ages through its Rotaract and Interact programmes and clubs.
Through Rotaract, young people (18 and older) develop leadership and professional skills, exchange ideas with community leaders, and have fun through service.
Interact brings together young people (12-18) to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self.
Stalls getting ready for the day at the Wellbeing Day Out.
Setting up. Learn more about accessible counselling right here in Mt Eden at Home and Family Counselling.
Starting the day off with a Zumba session.
Many thanks to Grace Kapma and also to Janine (from the YMCA) for running the Zumba session.
Zumba is a great way to start the day.
Checking out the "Escape My House" experience with Fire and Emergency NZ.
What do I do next to "Escape My House?"
Take 3 minutes to create your household escape plan.
Allergy NZ offers support, information and advocacy for allergy sufferers - and it is based in Mt Eden.
Rotaract Club of Auckland City.
Rotaract is a global organisation made up of young professionals (18-30) who give back to the community whilst having fun.
Asthma NZ provides education, training and support to individuals with asthma/COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) - and it is based in Mt Eden.
Māpura Studios is a creative space and art therapy centre which offers art classes and art therapy programmes for people of all ages living with disability and diversity, as well as the wider community.
Mt Eden Rotary's key objective is to make our community a better place. We participate in a number of projects and events.
If this interests you, please join us.
With bees as the catalyst, we can create more regenerative communities.
Living by respectful values and doing the right thing is key to the respectful relationships White Ribbon promotes. This prevents violence.
Contribute to the community while learning new skills and making friends.
Free blood pressure checks.
The Heart Foundation's mission is to stop all people in New Zealand dying prematurely from heart disease and enable people with heart disease to live full lives.
Thank you for the music.
Getting outside is not just a hobby, it is a lifestyle. There is increasingly new evidence that getting outside is not only just fun, but better for our physical and mental health. Come join our merry band as we explore the outdoors through Auckland and its surrounds.
Thanks for your support.
We were delighted to have Rotary District 9920's District Governor Ingrid Waugh and District Rotaract Representative Mehak Janjua attend.
How are you going with the quiz (child version and adult version available)? If you need some help with the answers, do visit the stalls.
Win a Free Usborne Illustrated English Dictionary provided by the Rotary Dictionary project; or a prize pack supplied by the Chapter Book & Tea Shop; or help yourself to free apples provided by K.C. Loo Fruit Centre.
Provide feedback and go in the draw to win a prize!
Many thanks to our morning workshop presenters:
Zumba = Grace and Janine
Hatha Yoga = Lauren Stokes
Meditation = Self Realization Fellowship.
Thanks also to our afternoon workshop presenters:
Mindfulness = Ursula
Food Safety and Health = Penny
Self Defence = John (Mania Gym)
Hatha Yoga = Grace (Yoga with Grace).