Stormbreak aims to improve children's mental health through movement, equipping them with sustainable. transferable skills and coping strategies to thrive, during the complex demands of growth into adult life.
What is a stormbreak?
Each stormbreak is a mentally healthy movement opportunity that is carefully and purposefully planned and focuses on one of our core mental health concepts;
Resilience, Relationships, Self-care, Self-worth and Hope & Optimism.
Each stormbreak allows for simple and inclusive movements through a range of movement experiences inside or outside, connecting with nature, free play movements, mindful movements, running movements and each one encourages discussion and communication about our emotions, feelings and wellbeing and highlights skills and strategies to help support us being mentally healthy and well.
The mission at stormbreak is to embed mentally healthy movement for every child, every day.
Stormbreak believes that;
At the core of this, Stormbreak tries to reduce the stigma around mental health by enabling everyday conversations whilst engaging in movement. They aim to encourage children to talk openly about their own and others’ emotions with trusted adults and their peers and to explore how movement can shape and support their mental health now and in the future.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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