Mui Thomas, who suffers from a rare skin disorder, will share how she overcame the challenges in her life at the Accessible Wellbeing Community Event Series in Hong Kong this month, a series of health and wellness events targeting people with special needs. Photo: Edmond So Mui Thomas, who suffers from a rare skin disorder, will share how she overcame the challenges in her life at the Accessible Wellbeing Community Event Series in Hong Kong this month, a series of health and wellness events targeting people with special needs. Photo: Edmond So
Mui Thomas, who suffers from a rare skin disorder, will share how she overcame the challenges in her life at the Accessible Wellbeing Community Event Series in Hong Kong this month, a series of health and wellness events targeting people with special needs. Photo: Edmond So
Wellness

Yoga, mindfulness, sound healing, dance: special needs health and wellness event is first of its kind in Hong Kong

  • The Accessible Wellbeing Community Event Series aims to make physical, social and emotional well-being accessible to people with disabilities and their families
  • Running on Saturdays throughout November, the series features many teachers, presenters and speakers who have overcome challenges themselves

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Mui Thomas, who suffers from a rare skin disorder, will share how she overcame the challenges in her life at the Accessible Wellbeing Community Event Series in Hong Kong this month, a series of health and wellness events targeting people with special needs. Photo: Edmond So Mui Thomas, who suffers from a rare skin disorder, will share how she overcame the challenges in her life at the Accessible Wellbeing Community Event Series in Hong Kong this month, a series of health and wellness events targeting people with special needs. Photo: Edmond So
Mui Thomas, who suffers from a rare skin disorder, will share how she overcame the challenges in her life at the Accessible Wellbeing Community Event Series in Hong Kong this month, a series of health and wellness events targeting people with special needs. Photo: Edmond So
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