Fruit, smoothies and other healthy foods were on the menu for breakfast, plus events for the whole team to socialise including barbeques.
Pilots, paramedics and charity team staff were given the opportunity to take part in yoga, massage, hand reflexology, guided meditation, while exercise was promoted with an organised bike ride and a circular walk along the Kennet and Avon Canal towpath.
Wellbeing Week also included a talk on healthy minds by psychotherapist Mark Jones while Great Britain triathlete Rachel Bown talked about her career and how she got back to racing after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Claire Kelly, people and wellbeing manager at Wiltshire Air Ambulance said: “Promoting wellbeing for employees can have huge benefits for organisations.
“Our staff go over and above to ensure we are able to deliver our essential lifesaving service in Wiltshire and surrounding counties. The aim of Wellbeing Week was to improve wellbeing, as well as giving our staff the opportunity to try new things and build relationships.
“Thank you to everyone in the local community who donated services and goods to help make the week such a success.”
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