ALL EVENTS LISTED IN OUR APRIL AND MAY CALENDAR ARE NOW POSITIVE, ONLINE VIRTUAL EVENTS.
If you are holding date specific online events that can help individuals during these challenging times, you are welcome to add these events to the calendar (using the green button below) providing you are a charity or community group and/or the events are free to access.
Please note: The events in Essex featured are all third party events: Healthy Life Essex is not normally directly involved in organising or running any of these events. As events may be cancelled or details changed without us being informed, please always clarify details with the organiser/contact listed. Healthy Life Essex cannot accept responsibility for incorrect information shown on our events listings.
Directory advertisers can add their own ad hoc events free of charge as can most charities. Other events may incur a cost. The directors reserve the right not to accept entries or to make a small charge.
8 DAY TRAINING - 9am-5pm FRI SEPTEMBER 20 - FRI SEPTEMBER 27 2019 The 100 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training is a self-contained pathway to become adept at and able to teach Yin Yoga effectively and safely. The program is structured to provide additional depth to experienced teachers (even those who already teach Yin Yoga)Find out more »
Would you like to set up a Forest School? Would you like to become a qualified Forest School Practitioner? This is a nine-day course at Abbotts Hall Farm from 9am to 4pm on 25th, 26th, 27th, 30th September, and 1st October, plus tool skills days on October 24th and 25th, plus portfolio surgeries and aFind out more »
This is a group for children and their parents/carers, who are home-educated. We learn about wildlife, create crafts from natural materials, light fires, build dens - socialise, problem solve, build resilience and independence - and most of all HAVE FUN!! All in the beautiful and calm surroundings of our reserve at Pound Wood, Thundersley BringFind out more »
The Essex Wildlife Trust Brentwood & Billericay Local Grouo have organised a visit to Bowers Marsh, a newly established RSPB site on the Thames Estuary, to view migrant waders and passerines, plus an interesting range of insect life. For wildlife walks, please arrange car sharing if possible. If travelling direct, call wildlife walks organiser firstFind out more »