Friends for Wellbeing: Voice for Wellbeing

Christina Shewell, experienced voice teacher and voice therapist, will talk about the nature of a comfortable, healthy spoken voice, how to look after it and its relevance to health and a sense of well-being. Voice is the taken-for-granted background music to all we say; it can have a strong effect on listeners and indeed on our own sense of self.

Christina will take the group through some simple exercises for body, breath, and voice. These will be relaxing and fun; no-one will be required to perform individually, and all exercises will be adjusted for people whatever their level of physical mobility.

Directions to the Clifton Library: https://goo.gl/maps/VaYuXQW5tT82

This event is free but PCIM is grateful for any donations to cover room hire and refreshments.

This is part of a lecture series due to take place on the first Saturday of the month, where you can meet other members of the PCIM team.

Friends for Wellbeing: Homeopathy and Herbal Medicine at the Botanic Gardens, Bristol

Join the Friends of the Portland Centre for a tour of the University of Bristol’s Botanic Gardens alongside an experienced botanist and Homeopathic Doctor, Elizabeth Thompson.

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University of Bristol Botanic Gardens, the hot border in summer

The beautiful garden is filled with a huge diversity of plants, including many exotic species set in inspirational displays against the backdrop of a striking Victorian house. As well as demonstrating a wide range of Herbal and Homeopathic remedies, the garden has been designed to tell stories about plant evolution and is home to four core plant collections.

Come to explore this bountiful green space with us on 5th August 2017 from 14:00 for just £5.

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