During the 'Let’s Talk' day we had external visitors come into the college and run a Series of workshops and classes promoting good mental health and wellbeing. The workshop sessions were all very interactive, for example ISCKON held a drama & interactive session, ODISI Dancing, ran a session utilising Indian classical dance and music for the purpose of awakening and exhilarating yourself. Aquarian yoga and healing therapies attended to run a session for our students. Black Minds Matter facilitated a ‘being the best you’ workshop, dealing with healthy living.
Students also enjoyed a special performance by Constança Quinteiro, a Portuguese singer-songwriter that tells tales and speaks the truth. With a soft spot for soulful tunes and meaningful lyrics, she aims to inspire and empower other people and make a difference.
From as far back as Fabs remembers he always felt a desire and a strong pull to study and research universal and spiritual truths. He has described that purpose to be a life dedicated to helping and encouraging people through his music and through his life. "I had a really nice experience performing and engaging with the students and staff from south Thames college. It was a privilege to be invited to take part in the Seva Project and I look forward to seeing the impact that Seva Project will have within our community." Fabio Jose Sousa