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Your health and wellbeing is extremely important and affects your life both positively and negatively in so many ways. Over the years, the charity has been involved in helping to improve people’s lives both through physical activities and also educationally by providing information via workshops, courses, talks, books and the website. In 2020 we are updating and re-publishing the books and also offering free talks to companies, groups, charities, organisations and the general public.
Everybody goes through difficult times in their lives to a greater or lesser extent and for many different reasons but the most important person in any situation is you! If you had the knowledge, the information, the explanations, the tools, the techniques, the awareness and the understanding then you can overcome, manage, prevent, deal with or improve any situation or issue.
We have now updated and re-published the book ‘A practical guide to Beating Depression‘ written by Charlie Wardle and this is available to people for free wherever possible – get in touch if you would like a copy! Email email@example.com It is also available on Amazon as a paperback and kindle version. Other topics are being worked on and will hopefully be available during the year.
The founder of the charity and author of the books, Charlie Wardle, is happy to deliver talks to companies, schools, groups, charities, etc on a range of Health & Wellbeing topics and also about his own story and experiences plus there will be some talks organised for the general public. So if interested, please get in touch and we will try to arrange! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Talk – ‘It’s not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves’. Topics include depression, understanding yourself, the CYM story and tools & techniques to have a happier life. Saturday 18th April (2-4pm) – David Lloyd Health Club, Livingstone Drive, Newlands, Milton Keynes, MK15 0DL
To book tickets please email email@example.com
Climb Your Mountain (CYM) provides information and knowledge so the individual can help themselves and although it is important to have people to help you, ultimately you need to be the one to help yourself. The time and effort required will be worth it so that you can lead a happier and healthier life going forward.