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Gentle yoga class


What to expect The session uses a sequence of gentle movements designed to bring flexibility to the joints and free the flow of energy in the system. You can expect to move your limbs in manageable and mindful ways, listening for what feels right on the day. You will increase lung capacity, vitality, flexibility, mental clarity and your sense of well -being deep. You will feel deeply relaxed with mental clarity. The practise consists of: introductory mantras breath awareness using the yogic breath gentle pranayama (breathing exercises) simple seated or kneeling movements coordinated with the breath final relaxation concluding mantras students can learn these and join in  What to bring your yoga mat to put on top of our mats if you can bring one (can also be borrowed generally) loose trousers that cover all your legs with an elasticated waist warm top and socks to put on for relaxation we have some blankets but you might like to bring your own

Venue:
The Ockment Centre
North Street Okehampton

When:
Mon, 24 Sep 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Effective People Skills


Communication Skills Learn to listen more effectivelyLearn the cutting edge languages used for ultimate rapportHow to match and mirror elegantlyBe able to connect and build rapport with people fast.Learn how to interpret body language more effectively and how to interpret eye movements.Learn to listen to the different tonality of voices and the ability to interpret words more effectively Attitude Skills How to be a much more positive personHow to turn negative situations into positive situationsHow to transform our everyday language to be more positive Belief Skills Find what limiting beliefs you may have that are holding you backLearn how to change any limiting beliefs to empowering beliefs Confidence Skills Increase your self-esteem and self-confidenceBecome more enthusiastic and have a can-do attitudeLearn relaxation techniques Team Dynamics Learn how to understand the different qualities of people in your business and communicate more effectively with your team members and the public.Learn your preferred learning style All course materials provided including a copy of effective people skills to take home A certificate of attendance for your CPD. We want you to come and have a fun, relaxed day with us whilst you are learning these brilliant people skills.  Book your place today to avoid disappointment as this is a very popular course and there are limited places to ensure personal attention.  FAQs What are my parking options the event? Free on site parking Is my  ticket transferrable? Yes but please let us know Is lunch provided? Yes. Please let us know if you have any special dietry requirements. Dress code Very casual as we want you to feel happy and relaxed 

Venue:
TBC Training Centre
Hollacombe Hamlets Crediton

When:
Wed, 3 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


NATE South West Teachmeet


Following the massive success of NATE South West's inaugural Teachmeet last July, we are doing it all over again! So, teachers of English in the South West, here's your chance to share ideas, practice and concerns with like-minded colleagues. The National Association for the Teaching of English has successfully been bringing teachers of English together across the UK for over fifty years, with Teachmeets and conferences taking place across the whole of the U.K. Come and hear about the latest trends and issues in the subject, and network with teachers in your area over tea, coffee and biscuits. Freebies available!

Venue:
Queen Elizabeth's School
Western Road Crediton

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 4.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Building Confidence & Assertiveness


Building Confidence and becoming more assertive – You can do it! To have a successful business and be successful you need to be Jack of lots of trades, building confidence and being assertive is key, other wise your business is going to have a loose cog in the chain.  Not being able to feel confident is debilitating and embarrassing and certainly not great for business.  In order for you to succeed you need to take steps, be brave and sort your confidence and lack of assertiveness issues out, stop being a doormat otherwise you can imagine whats going to happen long term to your business. This course is designed to help business people that are great at their job but need to build their confidence, be assertive when communicating with employees and customers. Teresa will show you how with techniques used in her Harley Street Practice and used by Paul McKenna and NLP guru Richard Bandler how to build your self-confidence, assertiveness and build your self-belief/esteem – putting you firmly in control. In a friendly, supportive and safe environments you will learn: Techniques that will make a real difference to the way you feel and how others see you Empowerment in business Confidence, feeling, seeing and hearing yourself as that confident person you are Decisiveness, ability to hear what people are saying and seeing how to act on it effectively Communication skills, learning to listen to the way people communicate and see where they are coming from Self-belief and techniques for success, your body language and persona Feeling of being in control of your personal growth and career to become even more successful Secure free on site car parking All course materials provided  Certificate of attendance for your CPD. We want you to come and have a fun, relaxed day with us whilst you are learning these confidence and assertive skills in a safe environment.  Book your place today to avoid disappointment as this is a very popular course and there are limited places to ensure personal attention. Testimonial from one of our many delighted clients “Dearest, loveliest Teresa.   I just wanted to e-mail to say thank you.   Thank you because I am just feeling sooooooooooooooooo much better.   I had an audition yesterday for a play in Bath which went so well.  I felt totally at ease with myself and my monologue which I performed in front of 12 ladies and one gent, went so well.  I was delighted!!! I don’t know if I have got the job or not but I just felt so happy in that room.  It was super!” Lizzie. London FAQs  Is there parking the event? Yes free on site parking Is my  ticket transferrable? Yes but please let us know. Is lunch provided? Yes. Plrease let us know if you have any special dietry requirements Dress code Very casual as we want you to feel relaxed and happy!

Venue:
TBC Training Centre
Hollacombe Hamlets Crediton

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Evening of Mediumship with Nikki Kitt - Hatherleigh


HATHERLEIGH COMMUNITY CENTRE Psychic Medium Nikki Kitt is a Spiritualist Medium who is currently touring the UK with her successful Psychic / Mediumship Evenings.As a Medium Nikki Kitt aims to provide evidence of life after life by giving messages to people in the audience from their loved ones in spirit with amazing accuracy in descriptions, personalities and all sorts of personal information.. to give both confirmation and comfort.I have been aware of spirit my whole life and so have no doubt that we carry on after this physical life and my demonstrations are to prove the same to everyone else.Testimonies :-'Hi Nikki I attended your evening last night and just wanted to say that you have an amazing talent''I have seen many mediums and psychics over the years and you are by far the best and most accurate the details you give are amazing''My god went to see Psychic Medium Nikki Kitt tonight my mum came through soooo happy she was spot on with everything.. Thank you Nikki amazing night'

Venue:
Hatherleigh Community Centre
Bowling Green Lane Hatherleigh

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Get Your Community Projects Funded!


Course Description A busy interactive training day, with opportunity for peer learning *PLEASE NOTE. If you are a member of the Growing The Rural Church please book the DCT members rate and please ensure to include the name of your church when booking. Aims and Objectives Aim: For voluntary and community organisations, community enterprises and community activists and Parish/Town Councils To help understand the full range of income sources available to our sectors and to learn about good practice in attracting external funding Intended learning outcomes: By the end of this session participants should be able to:  Be better able to identify a range of funding sources and to be able to put together a fundraising plan to secure the total financial investment and sustainable income they need to achieve their mission To understand the work they need to have in place in order to have the best chance of attracting funders To be more successful at applying for grants An opportunity to share learning and top tips from peers About Your Tutor Dawn Eckart Dawn has worked for DCT for over 10 years as our lead in providing our social enterprise advice service and training programmes. As a team we work with a variety of VCS organisations including social and community enterprises from across Devon. We provide capacity building and business development advice at any stage of their organisational journey – whether they are at pre-start, established and looking to grow or become more sustainable in the long term. We work with community organisations, charities, town councils and a many small and medium size social businesses. Typical areas of advice are on Fundraising Strategies, business planning, and choosing the right organisational model and legal structure. Dawn is a qualified SFEDI accredited business adviser and Trainer. Special Requirements Please let Support Services know if there is anything that would affect your learning and if there is anything we can do to enable you to fully participate in our courses and we will do our best to accommodate you. Call Support Services on 01392 248919 or email [email protected] Cancellation Policy In the event that this course does not reach the minimum required number to proceed we will contact you and offer a credit against the next available course, the option to book an alternative course or a refund. By proceeding with this booking you are agreeing to this cancellation policy. For any enquiries regarding booking and payment please contact our Training Administrator on 01392 248919 Become a member of Devon Communities Together to take advantage of our heavily discounted training rates for more info contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling 01392 248919

Venue:
Holsworthy Memorial Hall
Holsworthy

When:
Fri, 12 Oct 2018 12.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Soap Making Workshop


This course will introduce you to the art of cold process soap making. Courses usually start around 10am with an informal chat about soap over essential morning refreshments: think locally ground coffee, tea, spring water from Dartmoor springs, handmade cakes and fresh croissants. After ‘breakfast’ we will talk you through your first batch (roughly 8 bars each) and you will watch a quick interactive demonstration of soap making. The workshop will then be yours and you will be free to make two batches of soap using your own combination of essential oils and botanicals from our extensive range. During the course of the day we will learn about: ·         The history and chemistry behind cold process soap making ·         Equipment needed and where to get it ·         Safety measures required ·         Which oils, butters and waxes can be used and the benefits each can offer ·         How to blend essential oils ·         What moulds can be used ·         Using botanicals from your own garden to decorate/colour your soaps naturally ·         How to treat and store your soap once it’s made ·         Advanced techniques such as ‘swirling’ or using goat’s milk ·         Troubleshooting We will provide refreshments however we do ask that you bring your own packed lunch and wear long sleeved clothes you don’t mind getting a little mucky in. We would be very grateful if you could let us know of any allergies beforehand. Please could you also: ·         Bring an apron and old towel ·         Wear shoes rather than open-toe sandals. You will leave with your own creations (approx. 16 bars), 2 reusable moulds, your own instruction folder with comprehensive notes, suggested recipes, an info sheet on where to source materials and hopefully a mind bursting with wonderful ideas for future batches! All, in all a great day out either for you or a friend as a special gift! £2 from every place booked on this course is dontacted to Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust.

Venue:
Kigbeare Manor
Southcott , Okehampton Southcott

When:
Sat, 13 Oct 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Fungal Foray with Devon's Top Mycologist


Enter into the world of fungi with Dartmoor's Daughter, Devon's top mycologist Dr Christian Taylor, and Daniel Thompson-Mills at Steward Community Woodland. Dartmoor's Daughter will lead us on a walk through the woods where you will learn how to identify edible and other fungi and find out all about this marvellous kingdom of nature. And for a delicious treat, we will fry up any edible mushrooms we find to accompany our tea. Dr Christian Taylor is a biologist, entomologist and mycologist. He studied for his doctoral thesis on the ecological relationships between insects and fungi. Christian teaches courses on environmental science and ecosystems at The Open University, biology A-level, and International Baccalaureate at Plymouth College. Steward Community Woodland is a sustainable living and working woodland proejct using permaculture techniques http://www.stewardwood.org/index.ghtml Dartmoor's Daughter creates walks and nature-connection experiences for transforming health, wellbeing, and performance. Level: 1 out of 3 - we will be walking at a slow pace with plenty of stops for approximately 2 miles. We will mostly be on woodland paths but there are gentle slopes to walk up and down. What to wear/bring: Plenty of warm layers, sturdy walking shoes, waterproof jacket and trousers (whatever the forecast), hat, gloves, as well as packed picnic lunch and (hot) drinks. Sorry no dogs. Meeting time and place: 9.15am for 9.30am start in the carpark below Steward Community Woodland. Carparking is very limited so please carshare if possible. Directions: Steward Wood is located 1 mile south of Moretonhampstead in the Wray Valley. The A382 (which runs north and south between the A30 and the A38) passes the woodland. Exeter is about 14 miles away to the east and Newton Abbot is about 12 miles to the south. Postcode TQ13 8SD. For directions by car, bike, public transport or by foot http://www.stewardwood.org/gettinghere.ghtml Cost: £20 adults and £5 under 16's. Group size limited so Pre-booking essential - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fungal-foray-with-devons-top-mycologist-tickets-42919392057 Cancellation: This walk will go ahead come rain or shine. Sorry no refunds if you are unable to attend. Risk: No liability accepted for accidents or incidents.

Venue:
Steward Community Woodland
A382 Moretonhampstead

When:
Sat, 3 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Soap Making Workshop


This course will introduce you to the art of cold process soap making. Courses usually start around 10am with an informal chat about soap over essential morning refreshments: think locally ground coffee, tea, spring water from Dartmoor springs, handmade cakes and fresh croissants. After ‘breakfast’ we will talk you through your first batch (roughly 8 bars each) and you will watch a quick interactive demonstration of soap making. The workshop will then be yours and you will be free to make two batches of soap using your own combination of essential oils and botanicals from our extensive range. During the course of the day we will learn about: ·         The history and chemistry behind cold process soap making ·         Equipment needed and where to get it ·         Safety measures required ·         Which oils, butters and waxes can be used and the benefits each can offer ·         How to blend essential oils ·         What moulds can be used ·         Using botanicals from your own garden to decorate/colour your soaps naturally ·         How to treat and store your soap once it’s made ·         Advanced techniques such as ‘swirling’ or using goat’s milk ·         Troubleshooting We will provide refreshments however we do ask that you bring your own packed lunch and wear long sleeved clothes you don’t mind getting a little mucky in. We would be very grateful if you could let us know of any allergies beforehand. Please could you also: ·         Bring an apron and old towel ·         Wear shoes rather than open-toe sandals. You will leave with your own creations (approx. 16 bars), 2 reusable moulds, your own instruction folder with comprehensive notes, suggested recipes, an info sheet on where to source materials and hopefully a mind bursting with wonderful ideas for future batches! All, in all a great day out either for you or a friend as a special gift! £2 from every place booked on this course is dontacted to Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust.

Venue:
Kigbeare Manor
Southcott , Okehampton Southcott

When:
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


New Year’s Retreat


A small retreat for max 6 people. This retreat is for people with some experience of yoga, nidra and other trance or energetic bodywork practices, for people who are looking for a calm and possibly part silent time. Yoga teachers, trainee teachers and experienced yogis particularly welcome. Yoga sessions and workshops with nidra and circle will facilitate a review and looking forward process. Viveka Gardens Yoga Farm: a retreat place where community and visitors can ground themselves through yoga practices and food growing, and so connect with their true self to embody peace and unity. This weekend will inspire your yoga journey and relax your being. Take time out to get perspective, nurture and nourish yourself. Enjoy the peace of rural mid-Devon and soak in the prana of nature. A chance to unwind and revive. For feedback on Viveka Gardens and Fiona the teacher please look at some nice comments. Nidra Day Retreats this Autumn Winter October 20 Yoga Nidra Day Retreat: Autumn leaves November 3 Nidra Workshop at the Ashanga Yoga Studio, Exeter The Thin Place December 22 Winter Solstice   Schedule Sunday 30th DecemberArrival from 2pm4.00 gentle yoga class6.00 Supper7.00 intro Viveka Gardens8.00 opening circle and short yoga nidra10pm lights out Monday 31st December 7.00 optional group meditation and chanting or meditation walk8.00 breakfast and free time10.30 Yoga class with yoga nidra12.00 lunch2.00 walk on the land 3.30 Yoga nidra workshop and second nidra5.00 tea & snack6.00 quiet time8.30 supper10.00 satsang: meditation, chanting, sharing of readings and circle. We meditate the New Year in. Monday 1st January 8.30 breakfast and free time10.30 yoga class12.30 lunch1.30 closing circle and departure It is also possible to stay this night too, £50 B&B there is also the option to begin a coaching relationship with Fiona that can be continued by phone/facetime see Sankalpa Coaching

Venue:
Viveka Gardens
West Leigh Crediton

When:
Sun, 30 Dec 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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