Mind Ur Mind: You Can’t Pray Depression Away, Free Event For All.

Mind Ur Mind: You Can’t Pray Depression Away, Free Event for all.

On the 18th of November, from 6-9pm at the 198 Arts Contemporary Arts and Learning Building, Afrokanist Magazine will be holding an event on Depression and Healing the event aims to highlight the importance of addressing Mental Health and providing answers to all of your questions.

We needed help in covering cost and putting together Mind Ur Mind event which was why we initially placed an entrance fee on the event, however after the announcement of Mind Ur Mind we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the support and  sponsorship from amazing individuals within the community. Which means the 18th of November is free for all and In addition to this fantastic news we will be giving out a Care Kit Bag, which will include sample products from several business, from candles to skin care.

The aim of the event is to challenge common misconceptions about depression and anxiety within the Black Community and support them in identifying common triggers and to provide professional answers to all of your  questions regarding depression and anxiety.

Our guest speakers are:

Nadia Nwuanga NHS Primary Care Psychology Service Therapist.

Lyna Ndagire Kawalya Exercise and Healthy Eating Business woman.

Alice Leigh Mindfulness and Yoga teacher.

Ayo Awotona Motivational Speaker and Coach.

 Mosaic Club House will be available to provide advice on how to seek advice and help.

The event will be hosted by Business Management, Business Strategist and Content Marketer Mariam Tijani and Founder and CEO of Afrokanist Magazine, Editor , Digital Marketer, Content creator and Photographer  Abiola Balikis Bankole.

Place: 198 Gallery

Date: November-18th-2017

Time: 6pm-9pm

Address: 198 Railton Rd Herne Hill London SE24 0JT

Activities: Panel Discussion

Focus Groups: Men and Women

Parking/Travel details:198 is located at the junction between Railton Road and Hurst Street

Train: Herne Hill
Tube: Brixton

Buses: 322, 196, 3, 37, 201, 68, 468 to Herne Hill

There are two parking bays less than 10 metres from the building on Hurst Street, provided for the disabled. There is pay and display parking on the surrounding streets. The building is accessible to wheelchair users with disabled and baby changing facilities.

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