Our list of available short courses is currently being developed so please ensure you keep checking back periodically to see as more detail and information is added about each course.
Upcoming Short Course
Peak Performance: Bridging the gap between the physical and the mental
SPEAKER: MR MURRAY RANGER
FRIDAY 26 JULY, 17h30 – 19h00, ICE CENTRE (KINGSWOOD)
This talk is aimed at any keen sportsman or sportswoman wanting to take their performance to the next level.
The peak performance coaching system is an eclectic one, based on many disciplines and the work of mentors who taught Murray.
This short course will offer a basic introduction to peak performance as well as equip one with some basic tools to help you on your journey to being the best you can be.
“I am not a sports psychologist, however, having played sport at a competitive level and also being a coach for the last 12 years, I understand how crucial the relationship is between the physical and mental aspect in order to achieve peak performance.” – Murray Ranger
Upcoming Short Courses
- Celebrating music – Catherine Foxcroft
- Drama expression – Jessica Wright
- Parenting 101 – Tim Marshall
- Understanding the effects of pornography – Tim Marshall
- Survival skills – Keith James
- Poetry appreciation – Therese Carlson
- Sports Psychologist – Murray Ranger
Past Short Courses
Past Short Course
SPEAKER: REV. TIM MARSHALL
The Enneagram is an amazing and ancient tool that joins together psychology and spirituality to help us understand our true self – our essence. This course will offer a brief introduction to The Enneagram by Tim, an internationally certified Enneagram Teacher, and how it can be harnessed to truly understand yourself and other around you.
Past Short Course
Cultivate Your Green Thumb: Gardening 101
SPEAKER: SUE DOWDLE
Develop green fingers whilst learning from the best in this beginner’s short-course. Aimed at keen amateurs, this session will cover practical topics such as responsible pest control, eco-alternatives, taking and propagating a cutting and planting a hanging basket.
“I am more myself in a garden than anywhere else, not a horticulturist, a Gardener” – Sue Dowdle