By Tom Morton

19th May 2020

Categorised in Mental & Emotional Health

Are you a carer who is interested in the wonderful world of the outdoors, or are you caring for a loved one who enjoys this? Green Light Trust have recently launched a new virtual ‘Air’ programme, a nature-inspired wellbeing programme, designed to bring the outdoors online. Air is suitable for anyone who has issues with their mental health and wellbeing, and courses are also available for women only as well as adults and young adults with Special Educational Needs.

The wellbeing programme includes a range of online interactive activities, such as video call meet up sessions, nature learning through video and chat as well as one-to-one phone support from staff.

The Air programme aims to:

  • Reduce isolation and anxiety
  • Improve mental and physical well-being
  • Increase confidence and self-esteem
  • Give a sense of structure and belonging
  • Improve social and communication skills
  • Build a knowledge of and appreciation for the natural environment

Air is is free, designed to keep you active, and last 10 weeks (one day per week). Find out more about the Air programme on:

If you have any questions, contact one of their Participant Experience Co-ordinators on 07719 771334 or via email on


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