Health and wellbeing volunteers

Looking after the body as well as the mind

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Holistic therapists

Supporting men’s physical and mental wellbeing

The role

We are very keen on healing the body as well as the mind so if you think you may have a service that you believe could help towards the recovery of someone’s mental health we would be very interested in listening to you. 

We are keen to hear from people with experience in:

Reflexology
Massage and Aromatherapy
Clinical Massage
Tapping Therapy
Art Therapy
Meditation and Mindfulness
Reiki
Sound Therapy
Hypnotherapy
Tai Chi

About you

  • We would like to arrange a meeting to get to know you.
  • You will need 3 character references.
  • You will be a patient and friendly person
  • You are able to communicate well.
  • You will need to participate in training in mental health first aid, equality and diversity, safeguarding and suicide awareness.
  • You will read and adopt our HiS policies.

Sharon Beazer

Before becoming a Tapping practitioner I spent many years working with families offering support and coaching.

I became a Tapping practitioner a few years ago having suffered from burnout. I’d been pushing myself with work and ignoring the signs to slow down, so my body in its wisdom forced me to stop with chronic back pain!
Taking time out I realised that I needed to do something about my high-stress levels. I’d heard about Tapping and decided to give it a try. I found the sessions greatly reduced my stress and my problems no longer felt insurmountable.

Tapping continues to play a part in my own wellbeing and I love nothing more than using it to help others navigate difficult times. I bring the knowledge and wisdom gained from my years working with families and natural empathy and compassion to my practice.

My interest in men’s wellbeing is born from observing societal pressure on boys and men.

www.thetappingsanctuary.com

“I’m getting more help then I ever had before. I get palmed off with medication, I’ve only ever had two weeks’ counselling. I’m overwhelmed with how much support I am getting.”

Service user

Fitness Instructors

Treating the body as well as the mind

About the role

Feeling a level of fitness can make you feel so much better about yourself.

If you think you have a form of exercise helpful to men’s mental health recovery please contact us as we are very keen to have a variety of choice for our service users.

Basic Fitness 
Boxing 
Yoga 
Martial Arts
Dance 
Cycling
Running

About You

  • We would like to arrange a meeting to get to know you.
  • You will need 3 character references.
  • You will be a patient and friendly person
  • You are able to communicate well.
  • You will need to participate in training in mental health first aid, equality and diversity, safeguarding and suicide awareness.
  • You will read and adopt our HiS policies.

“Thank you. I can’t begin to explain how much hope you and your charity have given me. For the first time in my life, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel”

Service user

Teachers and Workshop Instructors

Share your knowledge, passion and skills with others

The role

Maybe you have a skill you can teach to groups of individuals? Learning new things is a great confidence boost. Let us know if you have a skill in mind you would like to share.

Cooking
Gardening
Art and Craft
Reading and Writing
Woodwork
Bushcraft and foraging
Fishing
Music

About you

  • We would like to arrange a meeting to get to know you.
  • You will need 3 character references.
  • You will be a patient and friendly person
  • You are able to communicate well.
  • You will need to participate in training in mental health first aid, equality and diversity, safeguarding and suicide awareness.
  • You will read and adopt our HiS policies.

Give Us a Shout!

… I’m interested in volunteering

info@hischarity.org.uk