July 28


03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

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British Association for Performing Arts Medicine

Healthy Practice Community Drop In – supporting you to develop and sustain your healthy practice as a performing artist

Knowing what you should do to keep healthy is one thing, adopting healthy practice as routine in your life is another. It can be hard to create new habits and behaviours. Human beings are incredibly efficient and the way that we learn to do things is always to follow the path of least resistance.

Our weekly Healthy Practice Community Drop will help you set goals and stick to healthy practice routines. It will include new techniques and strategies to help you keep mentally and physically well now and into the future.

We are joined by experts during these sessions so you can develop your own practices in different areas of health and wellbeing

June 9: Vipassana Meditation: Denise Devenish

June 16: Values and Intentions: Pippa Wheble

June 23: Pilates: Lou Curley

June 30: Warm ups, cool downs and a chance to review previous sessions: Pippa Wheble

July 7: Mental Practice: Ellis Pecen

July 14: Stretching: Lou Curley

July 28: Vocal Health: Lucy Heyman

August 4: Posture: Sarah Upjohn

August 18: Alexander Technique, letting go physically and mentally: Alison Loram

August 25th: Mental Health: Beverley Hills

Joining instructions:

You will receive an email titled Starting Now! BAPAM Healthy Practice Community Drop-in

Open the email and you will see an orange link: Go to online event page

Click this link, you will be taken to the online event page where you will see a window with a play button

Press play and it will log you into the zoom webinar where Pippa will make you a panellist so you have the option of sharing your video

The drop-in is open from 2:50pm

Facilitated by Dr Pippa Wheble

Pippa is a GP who specialises in the physical, vocal and mental health issues for performing artists and teaches conscious breathing for improved mental health and well-being.

A violinist and singer based in Edinburgh, Pippa is experienced with performance anxiety and burnout and is passionate about promoting health and well-being for musicians and healthcare professionals. She runs the BAPAM clinic in Glasgow as well as providing online consultations across the UK