A better life could beckon for a lucky few at Balsall Common Pharmacy on Saturday 8th March as hypnotherapist Adam Cowming of Beautiful Life Hypnotherapy delivers a series of free taster sessions, available via in-store application.
“These free 20 minute taster sessions are open to anyone with questions about hypnosis,” explains Adam, “there’s a lot of myths surrounding hypnosis so this offers an opportunity to come in and ask questions and for those who are comfortable with the idea, enjoy 10 minutes of hypnosis at the end.”
Adam has a wide repertoire of skills but most regularly helps clients with:
Anxiety, panic and stress
Depression and low moods
Fears and phobias
According to Adam there is an anxiety and stress related epidemic in the UK at the moment, a view supported by colleagues in the industry, with related issues such as insomnia coming high on the list of areas in which they deal.
“About 70% of my business is anxiety or stress-related at the moment and has been for sometime” says Adam.
These sessions would be ideal for anyone who’s not sure about giving hypnosis a go. Typically the sessions involve 10 minutes question and answers, with a 10 minutes hypnosis sampler session at the end. There is no obligation to try hypnosis on the day, or to enter into any further arrangements.
These free taster sessions will run from 12 until 4pm on Saturday 8th March. To claim your free session, all you need to do is drop by Balsall Common Pharmacy and book your 20 minute appointment. So get your name down while you still can.
Berkswell Cricket Club has put youth development at the top of its’ agenda in 2014 by launching a range of Youth Development Partnership deals to drive investment into creating more opportunities for youngsters and the best coaching for as many as possible.
The club already boasts three ex-professional cricketers among its’ youth coaching staff, but harbours ambitions to provide more well-qualified coaches to ensure no child is turned away this summer and the most talented youngsters are identified quickly and given the earliest opportunity of breaking into district and county sides.
Berkswell’s youth teams all finished first or second in their respective leagues through 2013 and their coaching roster already includes former Warwickshire professionals Dominic Ostler, Nick James and Jamie Spires. The coaches are really popular amongst their charges, and in Dominic Ostler, the boys get to work with Berkswell’s 1st team skipper, whom is also considered one of Warwickshire’s all-time batting legends, having won an historic treble with the county during the 1990’s.
Investors in Berkswell’s youth set-up can expect excellent publicity through the club’s rapidly expanding multi-media network, alongside great networking and social opportunities available via club events.
Berkswell’s senior side plays at the highest level outside the professional county game and as such offers a clear path into the professional game, as demonstrated by the progress of home-grown 21 year old Warwickshire professional Tom Milnes.
Intrepid London-based Jessica McKee will be in Balsall Common running a charity fundraising Zumbathon next Sunday (29th September 2013) as part of her build-up to her gruelling week long Sahara trek in aid of the Marie Curie Hospice. The former Heart of England pupil and super-fun fitness and dance instructor invites Zumba, fitness and music fans to join her 90 minute session at the Royal British Legion opposite Berkswell Station from 1-2:30pm.
Jessica and friends are also organising a bake sale and raffle.
Anyone with queries about the event is welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: Royal British Legion, Station Road, Balsall Common
Date: Sunday 29th September 2013
Time: 13:00 – 14:30
Tickets: £8 each or £15 for a pair
All money goes to Marie Curie West Midlands
Email: email@example.com Jess’s Zumbathon Facebook Event
“Are you Andy with a racquet? …….. then have a ‘Murray moment'” say representatives of Berkswell & Balsall Common Tennis Club on Meeting House Lane in Balsall Common as they throw open their gates open for free sessions for all this Sunday 18th August 2013, as part of their celebration of tennis and Andy Murray’s historic Wimbledon Championship title win in July.
“Are you Andy with a racquet? …….. then have a ‘Murray moment'” say representatives of Berkswell & Balsall Common Tennis Club on Meeting House Lane in Balsall Common as they throw open their gates open for free sessions for all tomorrow (Sunday 28th July 2013) in the wake of Andy Murray’s historic Wimbledon Championship title win earlier this month.