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Wellbeing Workshops For Young Autistic Women

Wellbeing Workshops For  Young Autistic Women

Young women who have autism are invited to take part in a new series of free online sessions starting this month designed to improve wellbeing and creativity.

The workshops – set up by Sheffield organisation Access Space – will help participants explore and practice techniques such as breath work and meditation and will also give the chance to share experiences, a process designed to offer support in gaining more knowledge and self-insight.

There will be five sessions taking place on Tuesdays from 7-9pm. They start on June 8th and run to July 13th. There will also be a short one-to-one session before the workshop for those taking part. As places are limited it is asked that if you wish to join in you should be able to attend all sessions. The organisation says: “This will be a safe space in which you will be gently guided by another autistic woman to expand into new awareness and experience.”

For more information and to book a place please contact helen.purdie@hotmail.co.uk

You can find out more about Access Space by looking at their website or Facebook page.


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