Wellbeing & Peer Activities
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.
Peer groups offer the chance to meet and share experiences, learn from each other and create a sense of support and community.
Weekly online peer support drop in for people living with HIV
Hosted by Kath Charters email@example.com
- Friday 14 May – Self-appreciation and fun activities
- Friday 21 May – Drop in for chat and check in
- Friday 28 May – Group activities to build confidence and skills coming out of lockdown
- Friday 4 June – Drop in for chat and check in
- Friday 11 June – Group activities to help build confidence and skills coming out of lockdown
- Friday 18 June – Drop in for chat and check in
- Friday 25 June – Activities to help build confidence and skills coming out of lockdown
Monthly online peer support Wirral LGBT Network
Contact Kath Charters HIVtesting@sahir.uk.com
Group meets 3pm – 5pm
- Tuesday 25 May 2021
- Tuesday 29 June
Monthly online peer support Trans Health Merseyside (THM)
For people who identify as trans, non-binary, gender fluid
Contract Kath Charters firstname.lastname@example.org
Group meets 3pm – 5pm
- Tuesday 18 May
- Tuesday 15 June
- Tuesday 20 July
- Tuesday 17 August
Stresses and Strengths THM group work programme
Facilitated by Kath Charters and Jennie Geddes.
Places are limited.
To register your interest contact Kath Charters email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sahir Street Law University of Liverpool Law students provide online workshops to Many Hands One Heart
Group. Part 2 will be focusing on Knowing your rights in the Asylum system and how to appeal a negative decision.
To register your interest contact Shereen Cowley email@example.com
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 abide to social distancing rules.