We will take advantage of our strategic proximity to top London scientific experts who conduct current groundbreaking research in health, in order to bring this knowledge to our U3A members. – Helen Muller and Madeline Drake (series organisers)
The seminars are held between 11.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Union Church and Community Centre at the junction of Ferme Park Road and Weston Park, N8 9PX.
Refreshments are provided at the Science of Health meetings.
There will be no Science of Health seminars in August, December, January and February.
Our Autumn 2019 programme
28 October 2019
Dr Paramabandhu Groves
Mindfulness: science and practice
Dr Groves is steeped in knowledge about mental health: He was a consultant psychiatrist working in the NHS in Camden and Islington and specialized in addiction.For the past 19 years, in addition to providing training in mindfulness within the NHS, he was also teaching meditation at the London Buddhist Centre. He is now a much sort-after speaker and trainer in Britain and beyond. All the research on mindfulness suggests that when practised consistently, these skills can be instrumental in facilitating continued alert minds in the retirement years. Margot Waddell spoke with us last year on the wisdom of remaining engaged in society as we grow older.Dr Grove’s seminar is about how we can resource ourselves to do this.
25 November 2019
Normal Aches and Pains
What we can reasonably expect to achieve and maintain in the senior years, and how to keep healthy.
Tendy Togelang Bsc (Hons) Psych DO (UK) trained at the British School of Osteopathy. He will talk to us about normal aches and pains,what we can reasonably expect to achieve and maintain in the senior years and how to keep healthy.
And because it will be our last seminar for the year, we will oﬀer Christmas eats with our usual refreshments. Time: 11.15 a.m – 1.00 p.m