To be truly happy within a relationship, first it is important to free yourself of difficulties from the past. It is then that you can be free to create something different that will be more fulfilling and joyful.
This group is aimed at providing regular activities to help you as a single person believe in yourself and find true love.
Often when relationships end, you find yourself feeling upset and out of balance. These meet ups are designed to give you the tools and information you need to help you recover and manifest a new relationship into your life.
Sometimes it is necessary to simply take time out and discover who you are. The better you know yourself the easier it will be to attract someone in who is suited to you.
Attending these groups will also give you the opportunity to meet and talk to other like minded people and share experiences. The more you learn the greater your future relationships will be.
Wednesday 27th March 2019
Speaker: Lorien Holiday - Talk Title: Simple Strength for Life and Nordic Walking – tools to help you on the journey ahead
Place: Broadstone Library, 10 Story Lane, Broadstone BH18 8EQ
Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Details of talk below:
Interactive presentation where I will discuss the benefits of strength training and Nordic walking for health and wellbeing and offer guidance on the simplest and safest way to start and some effective techniques which can be used with minimal equipment and from the comfort of your own home.
Bio: Lorien Holiday is a strength and mobility coach specialising in helping people over the age of 60. I help people be stronger for the prime of their life and reduce the risk of later life care by providing access to strength and fitness regardless of current health and experience. I foster a safe and supportive environment for people who may not feel comfortable going to a traditional gym environment or for people who need or want more direct support to ensure they are performing safe and appropriate techniques to get the best from their bodies for the journey they want to be travelling. I also work with people dealing with a variety of medical conditions including pre and post operation joint replacement surgery and cancer and support people with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s and dementia.