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Make, Do and Mend is a not-for-profit organisation in Cambridge offering support to people who have experience of mental health distress. Funded and supported by Cambridge City Council, Make, Do and Mend has been set up to provide a flexible programme of skills workshops, peer support and information on mental health resources in Cambridge for people who suffer or have suffered from mental health illnesses.
Location: Sacramento, California
Radii 150 is the only organization dedicated to the improvement of Personal Social Health. Through social events, education and fun we strive to provide the maximum amount of opportunities to create solid connections while maintaining a level of comfort.
As our Members create solid connections there are also creating Personal Communities and improving their Personal Social Health. Life is too large for any one person alone, and we as humans are designed to be social creatures. By increasing a person's sense of community we improve their Personal Social Health, increasing feeling of happiness, fulfillment and joy.
Becoming healthier and happier has never been so much fun
Tags: Events, event, health, Personal Social Health, Social Sports, Event Social Health, Social Health, What to do, Date, Single
23 Apr 2013, 18:00 Radii Kickball - Sacramento
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Location: CB3 0LN
To enable people to reach their full potential and have a healthy outlook on life. Specializing in couple counselling and parenting. Sessions can be face to face or by telephone. I also offer Reiki Natural Healing Life Coaching and Thought Field therapy, which can be used in conjunction with counselling or independently. Daytime/evening/weekend by arrangement.
Location: CB1 2LD
Yoga classes at Box Cafe, Norfolk Street.
Location: PE3 9XB
We provide health and fitness solutions to keep you healthy and active throughout life.
I have helped people at work (over 20 years between 25 and 60 years old) and private clients around career, business development and personal values and beliefs.
As a 47 years old female engineer, who has been through 2 redundancies and sole provider I now devote full-time on coaching to help others going through challenging time or reach higher goals.
Fitness Pilates classes in St Neots and St Ives area. Run by Clair Humphrey, a qualified Fitness Instructor, with 10 years experience in the fitness industry.
The classes are designed to improve core stability, posture and balance, and will leave you feeling refreshed and re-energised. All ages and levels welcome.
Classes in St Neots:
Monday 10-11am St Neots Conservative Club
Tuesday 10-11am Eynesbury Methodist Church Hall
Friday 10-11am St Neots Conservative Club
Classes in St Ives
Monday 6.30-7.30pm and 7.45-8.45pm
The classes are friendly and well established and new faces are all always very welcome.
The Turbo Trust is a fundraising charity devoted to raising funds for individual disabled people in need of expensive powerchairs to enable them to live their lives to the full.
Traditional Karate tuition in Cornwall for men and women for self defence, self confidence, self esteem, fitness, sport, friends and fun.
We have classes at Camborne, Devoran, Helston and Penryn. Beginners welcome at any time as are persons with previous martial arts experience. Children accepted from age eight, adults from sixteen to sixty plus.
First session free of charge then £3 per 1¾-2 hr session on a per session basis. All instructors are licensed with the governing body, insured, have enhanced CRB/DBS checks and are First Aiders.
We have been teaching Karate in Cornwall since 1978 and Sandokai has some of the most experienced and qualified instructors in the South West.
Visit our web site at www.sandokai.co.uk for more information.
Tags: Helston, Redruth, Truro, Traditional, Falmouth, Camborne, fitness, health, Karate, martial arts, self defence, Penryn, devoran
29 Jan 2014, 19:00 New Students: beginners or with prior martial arts experience
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The Stepping Stone service offers FREE personal support, advice and funding to adults and young people (14+) with a long term health need or disability to get involved in sport.
Stepping Stone will work with you one-to-one to help find a suitable sport and then liaise with local sports providers to ensure they can support you effectively in your chosen sport.
FUNDING IS AVAILABLE to help you embark on your sporting path as an active participant, coach, official or even adminstrator at your local club or organisation.
To register your interest, contact Tori at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01223 301756.
Stepping Stone is funded by Cambridgeshire County Council and Sport England. Funding available until Feb 2015.