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Introduction to Peter Symonds' College

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Introduction to Peter Symonds' College

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peter symonds' college profile who offer Yoga courses  in Hampshire

Peter Symonds is a vibrant and positive place to study, maximising students’ academic potential and ensuring that students’ talents are nurtured.

(4.7)
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Excellent Upholstery Workshop

Went on this course and found it to be most enjoyable. Liz brings most material...more

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From£95

On this course you will practice Yoga to increase general health and wellbeing and relieve stress. To develop a strong flexible body and a calm, balanced mind. Course covers: Perform yoga...more

Duration: 11 weeks

Part time day

No Qualification

From£95

Introduction to Eastleigh College

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eastleigh college profile who offer Yoga courses In Hampshire

We offer full-time and part-time courses for everyone; from adult education and apprenticeships to technical and professional courses for 14-18's.

(3.2)
6 reviews
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Jewellery evening classes

I have attended the beginners and subsequently the advanced courses and have fou...more

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From£97

This course is suitable for all ages and abilities. However, if you have a medical condition that may affect your suitability for this course, consult your doctor before enrolling. Students need to bring...more

Duration: Variable

Different times are available for this course

Course Provider Diploma/Certificate/Award

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OUR GUIDE

We’d all like to stay fit and healthy throughout our adult life, but what do you do to keep yourself in shape? Worryingly, only around one third of UK adults are doing the recommended two and a half hours of physical activity a week, which means...

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As a yogi myself, it’s safe to say, we can all take things a little seriously when it comes to practising. Part of yoga insists you do not push your body past its limit, but being unable to master a pose can, at times, feel frustrating. Therefore...

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