Offload

Mental Fitness project for men aged 18 years and over to learn about how professional athletes perform at the highest level as well as coping with the everyday demands of life. Offload is a new Big Lottery funded initiative, offering a creative, engaging and effective mental fitness project for men in deprived areas. The project is a collaboration between Rugby League Cares and State of Mind Sport. Offload gives men the opportunity to go behind the scenes of the great game of Rugby League and learn the mental fitness techniques used by professional players. Through this we aim to help men develop better coping strategies, have a better understanding of their own wellbeing needs and gain tools designed to help them cope better with life. Rugby League Cares State of Mind. Over the ten weeks past and present players from the game will speak to the team and support them through the programme. At the end there will be pathways to stay involved Offload extra time involves mindfulness, volunteer opportunities, touch rugby.

–          Tuesday (6.30pm-8.00pm) at Halliwell Jones Stadium

–          Friday (6.30pm-8.00pm) at Radley Common Community Centre

For more information please contact James Howes jameshowes@wolvesfoundation.com 

01925 248894 or 07947890235