As part of Mental Health Awareness Week the Warriors will be delivering mental health sessions to staff and the wider community.
Sessions will be delivered at Central Park each day giving staff the opportunity to switch off from work and do something different to help promote good mental health.
Staff will be able to take part in yoga, a boxfit class and a drawing session. A guest speaker will also visit to speak about mental strength and staff will round off the week with a Q&A sesion with Behind-A-Smile whilst enjoy afternoon tea.
Warriors Health and Wellbeing Manager, Claire Taylor, said: “The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week this year is stress.
“Stress is something we all go through and is part of every day life. We want to help create a mentally healthy workplace both here at the Warriors and in the community too.
“We thought we’d set aside 30 minutes each day for staff to take time out of their day to do something different and get away from their desks.
“There are lots of different ways to help look after your mental health and we want to give staff and people from the community the tools and information to do that.”
Staff from the Warriors Community Foundation will also lead yoga and mindfulness sessions for staff at Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Rosebridge Court Care Home and Dean Trust High School.