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  • Learn more about our 24/7 Helpline - 0800 ANXIETY (0800 269 4389)     23 March 2021
    Posted by: Anxiety New Zealand

    Our Helpline is at the heart of our organisation and provides support to thousands of people throughout Aotearoa New Zealand every year. Since COVID-19 started, we've seen a 40% increase in calls. Your donation can help us keep delivering this and many other transformative services.

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  • Yoga on the Beach & Guest Speaker on Anxiety - Charity Event     20 April 2018
    Posted by: Anxiety New Zealand
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    Looking for something different to do with Mum on Mothers Day? Do you have a passion for making a difference?

    If this sounds like you, come along to a free charity yoga event and bring your Mum for something special to do on Mothers Day!

    When: Sunday 13th May, 10:00-11:30 a.m

    Where: Browns Bay Reserve

    What To Bring: Yoga mat (or towel)

    Why: Connect, Take Notice, Be Active, Give and Keep Learning!

    For all ages and fitness levels!

    Yoga Practice Run By: Barbara Fleissner

    Guest Speaker: Rachael Chalmers:Registered Psychologist from Anxiety New Zealand Trust.

    Rachael is a registered psychologist in New Zealand and Australia with several years of experience working with clients presenting with anxiety across all ages including, children, adolescents and adults. In particular, she works with clients of any age who are currently facing challenges with anxiety and anxiety-related disorders, depression and low mood, as well as challenges with daily life. Rachael is looking forward to giving a talk on anxiety at the event.

    This event is hosted by four Massey University students who all share a common interest in addressing the issue of mental health in their community.

    The Mental Health Foundation (2014), has found that anxiety rates in New Zealand women are significantly higher than in men; 7.7% of women have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives, compared to 4.4% of men.

    This event has been created to raise awareness on the issue of anxiety faced by New Zealand women. We believe that an educational yoga class provides an opportunity to raise awareness, promote mental health and positively contribute to the well-being of women who are impacted by anxiety in New Zealand.

    No level of experience required, just grab a spot in the sun and take in the relaxing benefits of yoga �

    There will also be an amazing beauty spot prize from Skin Passion to give away ���

    All donations are welcome. All fundraised proceeds will be donated to Anxiety New Zealand Trust.

    Anxiety New Zealand Trust is a non-profit charity and offers treatment, support and education for anxiety and depression through a range of services for children, adolescents and adults.

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