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Festival of Wellbeing | 22 June - 26 June

 

TUESDAY 28 JUNE

7.00am-7.45am

 

University of Cambridge Sports Centre

Studio Cycling

Indoor cycling class based on spinning principles providing an intense cardiovascular workout in a motivating group environment. Be prepared for tough hill sprints and speed intervals that will really push your physical and mental thresholds.

Bookings open 08.00am on 22/06/16

How to book and additional information here

12.00pm-1.00pm

Seminar room 2, Addenbrooke’s Hospital

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Tour of Addenbrooke’s Art

A short talk on the role of art in healthcare is followed by a tour of the art collections in Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

Limited places

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1.00pm-2.00pm

Seminar Room 3, Clinical School

Mental Health Awareness Briefing

This briefing aims to provide an overview of what mental health is and how we can better understand mental health disorders. Furthermore this briefing encourages us to talk more openly about mental health related issues and highlight the support services available both within and outside the University.

Limited places

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1.00pm-2.00pm

Murray Edwards College

New Hall Art Collection Tour

Join the curator, Eliza Gluckman, for a tour of the New Hall Art Collection - the largest collection of works by women in Europe.  The tour will be led by curator and focus on feminism and gender.

Meet at the Porter's Lodge of Murray Edwards College at 13.00

Limited places

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1.05pm-1.50pm

University of Cambridge Sports Centre

Ballet Barre

Ballet Barre is a low impact, total body workout that will appeal to everyone. Small isometric contractions are performed and integrated with an interval training approach that improves cardiovascular fitness. Posture, flexibility, stamina and core strength improve, resulting in a body that is realigned, rebalanced and works harmoniously and efficiently.

Bookings open 08.00am on 22/06/16

How to book and additional information here

1.05pm-1.50pm

University of Cambridge Sports Centre

MetCon (Metabolic Conditioning Training)

Bored of your training routine? Then you should try Metabolic Conditioning training! This is a high intensity training class (think extreme Circuits!) where the routine is changed regularly to keep the body guessing. You will be pushed to your limits for maximum calorie burn!

Bookings open 08.00am on 22/06/16

How to book and additional information here

5.30pm-6.30pm

Merton Hall Farmhouse

Chaplaincy at the University

Many people of faith find the workplace to be a challenging environment for their beliefs.

Conversely, people of no religious belief find expressions of faith in the workplace to be inappropriate.

Chaplains and the Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Center at Merton Hall Farmhouse are part of the structured way in which the University provides support in this area, and this session is an open house for any who have these concerns or would like to understand more about chaplaincy provision.

 

Book your place here