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Wednesday January 10, 2018

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Introduction To Meditation A Free Weekend Workshop

Explore different techniques, mantras, visualisations and the ABC’s of meditation with popular visiting Brazilian teacher Ashirvad Zaiantchick. WHEN: WHERE:

Give Scottish country dancing a go and join beginners’ classes at Johnsonville.

Saturday, 24 Feb 2018, 10am – 3pm and Sunday, 25 Feb 2018, 10am to 12 noon. St Andrews, Conference Room 3 , 30 The Terrace

Wellington Meditation FREE ADMISSION

seating can be reserved by texting 0278719690 or visiting www.wellingtonmeditation.org View the Independent Herald online

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Live music night at Johnsonville Scottish Country Dance Club

Scottish country dancing is a fun way to exercise and make new friends, with the bonus of toe-tapping Celtic music. Everyone is welcome at Johnsonville Scottish Country Dance Club’s beginner classes in February. We are a friendly bunch of all ages and backgrounds, who meet at 7.30pm on Monday nights at Johnsonville School Hall for dance, music and a good laugh together. Our Kiwi dancers are joined by Scottish country dancing enthusiasts from Scotland,

China, England, Fiji, Japan, and Malaysia. Qualified dance tutor Rod Downey will introduce the steps over 4 weeks of beginner classes, and you’ll be up and dancing from day one. Come alone or with a friend - this is social dancing, we all dance together and help one other. All you need are soft shoes, comfortable clothing, and a few weeks to find out if it’s for you. For more information, visit johnsonvillescd.org.nz or contact Elaine 027 272 5637 / Rod or Kristin 478 4948.

Dreaming of a stress-free 2018? Don’t miss popular international presenter Ashirvad, who is offering a free introductory weekend meditation course over February 24-25. Ashirvad has taught meditation glob-

ally for over two decades and will cover many aspects of learning meditation, share personal stories and insights and cover the essentials of developing an effective practice. On the Feb 25th Sunday evening, the “Meetings with Remarkable People” talk series brings two women achievers to the Wharewaka Function Centre on the waterfront. Guest speakers will be Kiwi multi-day runner Harita Davies, who recently finished history’s longest certified footrace, the 3100 mile race and the only NZ women to ever attempt and complete this epic! Accompanying her will be Czech swimmer Abhejali Bernardova, one of only a handful to ever swim the ‘Oceans-7’ great ocean challenges – including Ireland to Scotland, Robben Island to Capetown, the Gibraltar Strait, the English Channel and Hawaii’s Molokai and Catalina channels. The pair will share their inspirational stories, nutrition and training tips, and insights into our limitless potential when mind/body/spirit can work together. Admission is free, however registration will ensure seating. Further details: www.wellingtonmeditation.org or text to: 0278719690.

Fun, Friendship & Exercise

Scottish Country Dancing JOHNSONVILLE  No partner required  Toe-tapping Celtic music BEGINNERS’ CLASSES Monday 5, 12, 19 & 26 February, 7.30 pm Johnsonville School Hall Morgan Street, Johnsonville Low cost: $4 per class or $12 for all four Monday club nights run from 5 March to end of November For more information contact Elaine 027 272-5637 johnsonvillescdc@gmail.com Rod/Kristin 478-4948 rod.downey@gmail.com www.johnsonvillescd.org.nz

MATES IN BOWLS Summer social bowling competition

KARORI BOWLING CLUB A community asset

• After work social bowling competition • 6 Thursdays commencing 25th January. Play from 6pm to 7.30pm • Register a team (3 players) or as an individual who would like to join a team. • $10 per person per evening • We supply bowls and a sausage sizzle and a lot of fun. You bring flat soled shoes and your sense of humour No bowling experience is necessary Contact Edna Collingwood 938 4986 or email collingwoodem@gmail.com

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