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Thursday 22 August 2019 in Lewes



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Thursdays

09:30 - 10:30 No ballet shoes required, thick socks are fine. Please bring a bottle of water.
Adult Ballet @ St Marys Church Hall
A classic ballet class which has been created for adults of any age with or without previous experience of ballet. Most injuries/physical limitations are also taken into consideration during the class which can often be a barrier to people exercising.
There is increasing evidence showing dance to be a wonderful form of exercise for a variety of conditions and for improving your mental well being.
Ballet will improve your balance and posture, strengthen your muscles and maintain or improve bone density as all exercises are weight bearing.
Most importantly.....IT'S FUN!!

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10:30 - 12:30
Art & Craft for people with disabilities & friends @ Westgate Chapel
A small friendly group where you will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of art and craft activities, from water colour techniques to felt making and Venician masks. Some members have been practicing art for many years and others (when starting) had not drawn much since they were a child, but have developed their confidence through the group.
You will have the opportunity to exhibit your work in an exhibition for Artwave.

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17:45 - 18:45
Beginners Qi gong @ Turkish Baths
In this class we will learn some simple, slow mindful movements to help restore good physical and mental health.
Qi gong means energy or breath work and has been practiced for thousands of years in Asia to restore and maintain our vitality.
You will definitely leave this class feeling calmer and more energised.
Jeremy has been teaching Qi gong and Tai chi for over twenty years.

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