I am writing to introduce you to our new group – Rickmansworth Aikido Club.
`Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art that is split into many different styles, including Iwama Ryu, Iwama Shin Shin Aiki Shuren Kai, Shodokan Aikido, Yoshinkan, Aikikai and Ki Aikido. Aikido is now practiced in around 140 countries. Aikido is often translated as “the way of unifying (with) life energy or as “the way of harmonious spirit”. According to the founder’s philosophy, the primary goal in the practice of aikido is to overcome oneself instead of cultivating violence or aggressiveness`.
Rickmansworth Aikido Club is here every Monday and Wednesday from 7.30 till 9.30 pm.
You can contact Mike on 07957319332 for more details.
We would like to introduce you to our new Yoga class with Annette. The class is designed for men and women of all ages looking for a gentle and more restorative yoga flow. Please see the details below.
I would love to share with you a beautiful work from one of our Adult Art Classes.
Please see a message from Andrew below.
`Adult Art ClassesClasses are for abilities from absolute beginners to experienced painters. For beginners, I will guide you step by step to paint a finished painting. Everybody receives individual attention so that you can progress at your own pace and get what you want from lessons. My aim is for you to get as much enjoyment from painting as I do. I say that oil is the most forgiving and easiest medium to paint with, but don’t take my word for it come and give it a go. I run two classes a Monday evening and a Thursday lunchtime. Ask or contact me for more information:-www.ArtistAndrewSchofield.co.uk
Hertfordshire Health Walks – Mill End Community Centre – Wednesdays at 11.00 o`clock. Is a FREE countywide initiative, helping everyone get outdoors, get more active and experience the social, health, and wellbeing benefits. It is also a great social prescribing scheme helping the patient and freeing up GP time aiming to take a holistic approach to improve health. The walks are a great opportunity to meet new people and socialise on a weekly basis within supportive and encouraging volunteer-led groups. Many of our walkers have experienced health and wellbeing benefits such as weight loss, increased confidence, and reduced dependence on diabetic and anti-hypertensive medication and we have seen walkers from Mill End really benefit from all that the walks offer.