Self-Love, Blind Pastry Chef, & Air Therapy With Sensory Odyssey.

Episode 27,  Feb 07, 2022, 01:00 PM

Happy February! Here's your latest Happy Hour episode! 

Join Holly and Paulina as they bring you the latest conversations on sight loss, mental health and wellbeing. 

This week, RNIB Connect Radio's Ellie Marsh will be chatting importance of loving yourself with Charlotte Faloon founder of North East Female Empowerment and Tom Home, founder of mental health charity BlOKes.

Paulina will hear from Blind Pastry Chef Amun Chawla about overcoming challenges, persevering in his passion and whether cream or jam, goes first on a Scone! Email in to let us know your preference!

And finally, Andy Shipley from Natural Inclusion is back with February's Sensory Odyssey, and this month it's all about reconnecting our senses with air. 

Today's music therapy moment is presented by David Hogg from A Little Alternative. You can catch his show Fridays at 9 PM and Saturdays at 7 PM.  


Find more Sensory Odyssey exercises here: Nature Connection And Sensory Immersion | Natural Inclusion (natural-inclusion.org) and join Andy for a deeper air immersion 24th of February at 7:30 PM. Email to take part: andy@natural-inclusion.org

Follow North East Female Empowerment on Facebook: North-East Female Empowerment Group | Facebook

Find out more about mental health charity BlOKes: Tell a Male Tale | Men's Mental Health | blOKes | UK 

And finally, our emails is: radio@rnib.org.uk

Send in your music therapy moments or tell us that we're completely wrong about our scone preferences! 

Music in Sensory Odyssey is Daylight - Andrewkn.

The Happy Hour Podcast is our trimmed down version of this hour-long show, so if you'd like to listen to the full show with all the amazing songs featured, catch a new episode of the Happy Hour on RNIB Connect Radio every other Monday at 1 PM, with a repeat Thursday at 6 PM and Sunday at 10 am.

Image shows Amun's rustic scone with clotted cream, jam and strawberries on the side.