Day 5 – Wednesday, 3 April
Men’s Sheds – 9.30am to 1.30pm
Men’s Shed is a project which aims to bring men together to put there practical skills to use , to learn new skills and to make friends . We have set up a well equipped workshop. Bring your own project or work with others. See http://justolderyouth.org.uk for more details.
Building Friends @ Somerville 12 noon to 3pm
Cookery, games, gardening and craft. Have a healthy lunch and chat with friendly faces. Adults of all ages welcome.
12 noon – 3pm
Senior (55+) Stretch, Move and Strengthen – 12.15pm to 1.15pm
A fun senior aerobics class that has been running for nearly ten years. Improve your posture and all-round well-being. Just drop in, first session totally free, or phone Gus on 07766 005 139 to find out more.
Children’s Film Club – 4 to 5.30pm
Come and enjoy regular screenings for children. Families only, children need to be accompanied.
The World’s first Wikiqual Centre at Thrive Together 5.30 to 6.30pm
WikiQuals was set up by academic and learning innovator, Fred Garnett in 2011. This is an exciting new way to learn with educators, without the price tag of Universities. There is a growing trend for tuition-free university level qualifications but many of them are online. Wikiquals always has a face-to-face element. To find out more come along and meet us to hear more about Wikiqual, topics you can cover, how you can structure your learning qualification and who will help you achieve your outcomes.
The evening will be a talk by Fred and case studies by other Squalors.
Earthing, Circling – with MIMIRA.com (the Horrors session) – 6.30 to 7.30pm
Exploring circling, earthing ourselves in present potential, checking in on our gurgling “horrors” and letting it all go.
Iyengar Yoga Class – 6.45 to 8.15pm
Iyengar yoga is all about quality of movement rather than quantity: the focus is on detail, precision and alignment in the performance of posture (asana) and breath control (pranayama).
Please email for further details and/or to book a space email@example.com
Shakespeare Workshop with Sylvestra – 7 to 9pm
This inclusive interactive workshop is lead by Sylvestra Le Touzel, an actor who has spent several years at the Royal Shakespeare Company working with the most eminent voice teachers and now regularly teachers at leading UK drama schools.
The workshop will explore a speech or scene from one of Shakespeare’s plays. Using the tools actors use in rehearsal to unlock meaning, the workshop will begin to understand how Shakespeare’s language can work to move an audience.
If you have never understood a single word of Shakespeare, the journey begins here. If you already have a feeling for the plays there is always something new to discover.
No previous experience is necessary but basic ability to read English is required.
Girl in Suitcase – 7.30pm to 9pm
Performance art theatre where audience have a chance to draw and otherwise get involved in the action. A tale of ancestors, migrations and uprisings.
Shamelessly Healthy Circle – 7.30 to 8.30pm
Shamelessly Healthy Circles are about aligning your mind, body and spirit to thrive as you face everyday’s life challenges, while also keeping track of your dreams..
What are Shamelessly Healthy Circles?
• We build a group of like-minded men & women to give each other support, inspiration & accountability.
• We all have a different lifestyle, culture, body shape, physical activity, age etc., but we all want to live a fulfilling life. That means taking care of our physical & emotional health to be able to thrive.
ShamelesslyHealthy Circles are for you if:
• You want the energy & enthusiasm that come when you feel good physically & mentally
• You want to better define your health & well-being goals
• You need support to deconstruct your health & well-being goals and set a doable action plan
• You want to increase your sense of clarity, gain back control on your health, build more confidence
• You seek to reduce stress & anxiety
ShamelesslyHealthy Circles are run by Raphaelle Hernu, a certified Integrative Health Coach and NLP Master Practitioner.
The Hasty Nymphs
Join the Hasty Nymphs, a local parlour choir, plus talented friends. We sing what cheers our hearts – let us cheer yours too.