#deni5in5 5 ways to wellbeing is for everyone Deni MHAG continues to challenge the community to take part in the Deni FIVE in FIVE challenge – the 5 ways to wellbeing. This week the Five ways to wellbeing is to be more aware and to take notice. Being aware refers to the concept of mindfulness, gratitude and meditation, yoga and a whole lot of other activities that focusses one’s attention on the present moment. Being Aware means to be aware of your thoughts and feelings as t
Hiking for Health, Habitat and Humanity Local School Principal, Mark Petersen, started his first day of his 214 km hike this week. He is hiking the Long Paddack trail to raise awareness of mental health, as part of mental health month and the #deni5in5 challenge. His initiative also includes raising awareness of habitat and humanity , and Mark is known to pick up bags of rubbish along the way. Follow his progress on his FB page, Hiking for Health, habitat and Humanity or on
100 KM OVER 5 DAYS! Brenda Norman started her challenge yesterday, aiming to swim 100km over 5 days. This is part of the #deni5in5 challenge for mental health month. This week is all about BE ACTIVE and we are being challenged to be just that. Support Brenda in this week's massive effort by following her on Channel4Change Facebook page, encouraging her all the way. You can also donate to the Deni MHAG , the registered charity whom Brenda donates funds to. This charity raise
WELLBEING PLEDGES BY STUDENTS Following in the footsteps of teachers Brenda Norman and Josh Perizzola student participated in a pledge to their 5 steps to wellbeing. Some ;edged to being more active , some to be more connected, others to giving- following the national 5 ways to wellbeing inititiave. Deni MHAG has turned this into #deni5in5 challenge for the whole community. thanks to all the teachers who participated in turning this into a challenge for all of the school c
Red Ribbons ,Kindness and #deni5in5 After launching our "You've Got This" initiative on Monday , red ribbons are appearing and acts of kindness is bringing much joy to many in our community. We have received messages of appreciation from students and parents. And important aspect of this initiative is also connecting community in this if our community as initiative, and this feeling of "connectedness and belonging" is so important to the wellbeing of our community as a whole.