|4th Jan 2021 to 28th Feb 2021|
|12pm, 1pm, 5pm, 6pm|
|Online Event Edinburgh|
|Block booking - 1 class per week £120, 2 classes per week £180|
|Visit the event website here|
|Facebook information can be found here|
Happy Being has been running popular online Pilates classes for all abilities since COVID-19 restrictions began. Our classes are always small to enable Jane to provide individual feedback during the class.
During each lesson, the exercises can be adapted to ﬁt with your speciﬁc requirements at that time. Every week there is a different class plan and exercises are varied to help the whole body.
Classes are run Mondays to Thursdays lunchtimes and evenings.
Please Note – Anyone who wishes to join during the 12 week term at any point up to week beginning Monday 1/03/21 are very welcome and the payment fee will be proportioned accordingly.
Join one of our online Pilates classes to help you become a happy being!
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Online Pilates Winter Term are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
This 1 day course is for anyone with an interest in mental health and a desire to help others by having the knowledge to recognise suspected mental health conditions.
This course is for those interested in understanding and recognising a range of different mental health condition, including signs and symptoms.
This talk by Dr Elizabeth Darling offers a different account of urban reform in Edwardian Edinburgh.
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In this playful and sensitive exploration of everyday objects as symbolic communication, metaphors such as a cup half full or treading on eggshells are brought from the page to the stage.
This talk will examine the history of Scottish expatriates in nineteenth-century Japan and their contribution to the photography networks and communities in their adopted country.