The concept of flow was explored when Aalden Pennington trained to be a Wheel of Wellbeing facilitator.
The workshop explored the research behind each of the elements of the Wheel of Wellbeing and how practicing activities associated for each regularly can aide with improved wellbeing.
The Wheel of Wellbeing includes:
Studies show that people who are life long learners are some of the healthiest and happiest people on the planet. One of the activities Aalden explored when learning about the mind and state of flow, was playing with play doh!
When someone is in flow or in the zone, they are at an optimal psychological state where they aren't stressed, but aren't bored - they are right in the middle. Taking part in activities that bring about flow can assist in improving our wellbeing.
To learn more about the Wheel of Wellbeing click here.
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