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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 »
Feeringbury Manor is an ancient site with parts of the house, on land originally belonging to William the Conqueror, dating back to before 1500. This is a 10-acre garden on the River Blackwater. There are two ponds and lots of interesting planting, highlights of which include the jewelled lawn which sparkle with tiny bulbs betweenFind out more »
A joint art exhibition at Fingringhow Wick Visitor Centre featuring Heidi Jukes art works and aerial photographs from Rachel Spender. Rachel Spender will be exhibiting hand made black and white aerial photographs of Essex salt marshes. Heidi Jukes will exhibit small ‘OutPost works’ painted on board using visual references from rural sites on exploratory visitsFind out more »
So many words are disappearing from our dictionaries! Would you like to help Essex Wildlife Trust discover those lost natural words by following a trail around the woods at Thorndon Countryside Centre. Drop-in and collect a self-led trail leaflet from the Visitor Centre at any time. Come on your own or bring the family.Find out more »
This weekly pre-school group, held on alternate Tuesdays and Fridays at Hanningfield Nature Reserve, is for the under 5's. The session includes wildlife activities on the nature reserve, crafts and games in the centre. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Booking is essentialFind out more »
Sessions are weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. These sessions can change, please contact the Ranger Josh Childs before to confirm. Activities include removal of invasive species, fencing, litter picking, path clearance, pond maintenance, coppicing, hedge laying and more. Work parties may not be close to a bathroom.Find out more »
Join us in the Age Concern Southend offices every Friday from 10am-1pm to meet Gill Clarke from the Southend Borough Council Dementia Community Support Team. Gill is available to talk about any issues or queries you have relating to dementia whether you are trying to get a diagnosis for yourself or a family member, strugglingFind out more »
Essex Wildlife Trust are pleased to be hosting the author of 'The Little Cockroach' at Hanningfield. Susie Violet will be leading a storytime perfect for your little ones. Come along and join us anytime from 12.30 to 1.30pm. About The Little Cockroach: Pedro is a little Mexican cockroach. He is brave, lovable and always lookingFind out more »
Come along to the Holiday Inn Southend for an evening of blues and soul with Jake and Elwood! Tickets are £45pp including bubbly on arrival, a 3 course meal provided by the team at 1935 Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, and entertainment from Jake and Elwood Blues and DJ to follow. To book tickets please contactFind out more »
Yoga Nidra means 'to sleep on the cloud of yoga’ (Rod Stryker/Parayoga) This yogic technique systematically induces complete physical, emotional and mental release. “When we practice yoga Nidra we step into the rhythm of deep sleep - a kind of rest that is even more healing and reparative than ordinary sleep because there is anFind out more »