The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model is a collaborative approach to learning and health that answers the call for greater alignment, integration, and collaboration between education and health to improve each child’s cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development. In this post adapted from Elementary School Wellness Education, we explore the steps you’ll need to take to establish the WSCC model in your school.
The shoulders hold a lot of tension. Yoga can help to relieve this. Here’s 4 yin yoga poses for the shoulders to relieve tension and improve flexibility.
We are pleased to announce we will once again be supporting The Dance & Creative Wellness Foundation’s ‘think tank’ day of professionals and ‘movers and shakers’ from across the arts hosted at StaatsBallett Berlin.
Come along and discover different perspectives on dancex for creative wellness from the UK and across Europe – inspiration for dancexrs, teachers as well as therapists, practitioners, trainers, carers, health care providers and those interested in integrating dancex and creativity into wellbeing and preventative health practice.
There have been many focused clinical questions related to the recognition, rehabilitation, or prevention of sport-related injuries. However one area that tends to be overlooked is the well-being of the clinicians treating patients. One such area is burnout in athletic trainers.
It had been thought that being unhappy was bad for health – particularly for the heart
Research has revealed the increased probability of early death and chronic physical illness in those with an existing mental health condition
It’s feared one in 10 men training in UK gyms could have a condition which can lead to depression, steroid abuse and even suicide.