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Action Towards Inclusion - Growing in Confidence York 4 View details

A positive and supportive course which will explore several ways of improving personal confidence and wellbeing using practical activities and group and paired discussion. The course will be inspiring and also a lot of fun!

Action Towards Inclusion - Managing Your Emotions Selby View details

The is an exciting new course which explores emotions. Over the course we will look at different emotions, how they are triggered, how they impact on you, how to mange them and learn techniques to manage negative emotions, as well as maximising the benefits of positive emotions.

Active Citizens' Project Workshops View details

Active Citizens' Project Workshops View details

Adaptable Yoga View details

This course is aimed at people who genuinely want to commence yoga but may be worried about how to begin safely and gently. May have other symptoms and conditions e.g. depression, anxiety, headaches knee/hip/neck pain, high/low blood pressure. Specifically aimed at people who are generally less flexible or have ME, MS, CFS fibromyalgia, joint or mobility problems. It is a gentle course adapted to each learners need led by a experienced and well qualified tutor. Supportive equipment such as wall ropes, yoga chairs and specialist equipment are made available if required. Students learn various techniques to quiet an active mind and restore a good sleep pattern ie., meditation, breathing, postures, relaxation.

Address Your Stress View details

This course will enable people to understand what stress is and how it affects the mind and body.We will look at how we can improve and develop our coping strategies in order to deal better with upsetting situations and how to develop a “Wise Mind “, using simple techniques including relaxation, mindfulness and visualisation. Learning how to regulate our emotions will be explored with particular emphasis on challenging unhelpful thinking patterns. Communication and interpersonal styles will be discussed together with a five step process called STOPP to help combat distressing situations.

Advanced course in Ceramics View details

This course is for the more advanced potter who has basic ceramic skills and the confidence to progress further in their making

Advanced German View details

Expand your knowledge of the German language and the Country, learn about culture, literature, holidays, events (past and present), geography, enjoy Conversation and discussions. It is a very friendly group, we laugh and learn and celebrate!

Advanced Latin for Pleasure View details

Come and translate Latin in a friendly, supportive and stimulating group. We shall tackle two core texts (one verse and one prose) alongside shorter extracts of other relevant texts. All students will have plenty of opportunities to translate, discuss and benefit from the wide range of insights provided by all the members of the class. Wherever possible we will consider the impact of Latin literature on modern European society and culture and its links to modern debates. Discussions are also intended to enable students to gain more from their own visits to museums and classical sites. Students will be invited to prepare some translation at home as well as translating unseen in class but the atmosphere is always relaxed and students can set their own pace for independent work. This course is for anyone who is reasonably confident with Latin and who wishes to gain first-hand experience of some of Europe's finest literature and its continued fascination for people today.

Advanced Spanish View details

The course is aimed at learners who have completed a beginners' course in Spanish or who have substantial experience of speaking the language. We will develop structures and vocabulary learned in previous courses through more detailed study of a variety of themes. Learners will have an opportunity to develop and consolidate conversational skills in topics such as traditions, media, publicity, art, literature and current affairs.