Wellbeing & Peer Activities

Sahir House Peer Support Groups
Peer groups offer the opportunity to meet and share experiences and create community.
All groups are free and confidential and welcome new members.
All new participants must register with staff contact prior to attending.

HIV positive peer support online drop in
For people living with HIV in Merseyside
Meets weekly on Friday afternoon’s 1pm – 3pm
Contact Kath Charters kath@sahir.uk.com

Wirral LGBT Network online support group
For people who identify as LGBTQI+ and living or working in Wirral
Meets 4th Tuesday of every month, alternates 6pm – 8pm and 3pm – 5pm
Contact Kath Charters kath@sahir.uk.com

Trans Health Merseyside (THM) online peer support 
For people who identify as trans, non-binary, gender fluid
Meets 3rd Tuesday of every month, 6pm – 7.30pm
Contact Kath Charters transhealthmerseyside@sahir.uk.com

Many Hands One Heart online peer support
Support network for people seeking asylum and refugees living in Merseyside who identify as LGBTQI+ (regardless of HIV status)
Meets fortnightly, Thursday afternoons 3pm – 5pm
Contact Shereen Cowley manyhandsoneheart@sahir.uk.com

The Mic Drop A Heart of Glass and Many Hands One Heart (MHOH) collaboration podcast programme
The Mic Drop Season 2 is available and out now! Click here to listen.
Contact Shereen Cowley manyhandsoneheart@sahir.uk.com

Sahir House wellbeing provides individual and group activities to better physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Check out our You Tube Channel for yoga, mindfulness and relaxation videos.

Yoga is an ancient form of body and mind wisdom; the practice addresses physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Yoga poses stretch your muscles and increases your range of motion. With regular practice, it will improve your flexibility, regulate your breath and heart rate to relieve anxiety, stress and encourage restful sleep.

Walking for Health offers the benefits of gentle exercise to increase the heart rate and number of steps taken per day. It promotes mobility, confidence and improves sleep.  Being outdoors increases sense of community and peer support. Walking can reduce risk of injury and disease such as diabetes and maintain body weight.
Please contact email kath@sahir.uk.com for the walk programme.