YOGA, meditation and a spot of cooking - sounds like the ideal way to spend a day.
That's exactly what participants were treated to on Thursday when they took part in Seniors Week activities in Leeton.
Manshant Wilson led the sessions, helping those in attendance to focus on their wellbeing and health.
The yoga workshop started with some warm up exercises before continuing on with some poses and techniques for relaxation, as well as meditation for memory health.
"That's really the most important thing ... to learn how to relax," she said.
"For a lot of us we are constantly stimulated and have a lot of things going on, sensory overload with information and technology, so having the tools to take a deep breath and having time with ourselves and inner being is extremely healing and beneficial."
Following that workshop, participants then headed to the kitchen for a hands-on lesson in cooking healthy, vegan food items that appeal to a wide variety of tastes.
"A lot of people are trying things like 'meatless Mondays', so it's just about trying new things, but realising it doesn't have to be hard at the same time," Ms Wilson said.
"It's about balance for a lot of people, so that's what we are trying to create."
Seniors Week activities will continue throughout the shire this week.