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Move Your Mind

 

 

Boosting your wellbeing

Move Your Mind aims to promote improved physical and mental health to the King's Community; offering classes, courses and exclusive events that focus on the connection between 'mind' with 'body' and therefore improve overall health and wellbeing.

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Online Classes 

From Monday 9 November we will be offering our online classes to all of the King's Community (staff, students alumni & health partners) free of charge during the lockdown. 

We offer a variety of wellness classes across our programmes, giving everyone a chance to get involved in the following:

  • Meditation: 15 minute guided sessions found at various times throughout the week
  • Journaling: hourly sessions with a wellness coach prompting you to get pen to paper to help manage thoughts and feelings more clearly.
  • Yin yoga: also called restorative or slow yoga, these sessions incorporate asanas (postures) that are specifically designed to alleviate tension and stress throughout the body.

 

To get access to our classes, firstly sign up for a free membership, once your membership is set up you can start booking your place for our online classes, we will then send you the information on how to attend the class.

  

Step 1: Sign up for your free membership

 

Step 2: See the online timetable

 

Step 3: Book a class

 

 

 

 

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Move Your Mind: Connect & Learn Series

Explore new hobbies and connect with others with King's Sport's Move Your Mind: Connect & Learn Series, every week we will be offering sessions to help you find a new passion. From learning a new language to how to live more sustainability, we have you covered.  

Sign up to our newsletter to be the first to hear about new sessions. 

Disclaimer

King’s Sport and King’s College London recommends that you consult your doctor regarding the applicability of any recommendations and follow all safety instructions before beginning any exercise program.

When participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury.

If you engage in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself.

Read our Health Commitment Statement for online classes
Read our membership Terms and Conditions.

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