York Wellbeing Day – Family Edition (10/03/2019)

If you listen regularly to either Information Takeaway or Yor Living Well, you will know that Juliet Powell organised York’s very first Wellbeing Day last year.

Tomorrow, you can join Juliet and a host of fantastic health & wellbeing practitioners for the inaugural York Wellbeing Day – Family Edition.

Be at Hotel du Vin York from 1:30pm tomorrow to meet, talk to and learn from:
A Global Community Of Wellness
Environment Healing
Relax Kids York and Selby with Kirsty
SHH safe healthy happy
The Happy Healing Hut
Chiropractic 1st
Finding Perspectives
Pretty Plaits

Two Rivers Radio will be live from York Wellbeing Day – Family Edition from 1:30 – 5pm, talking to the practitioners and playing the much of the great music you will have heard on Juliet’s shows over the last 18 months.

Tune in here: www.tworiversradio.stream

Schedule – 18/02/2019

Tune into Two Rivers Radio today from midday.

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Your local #communityradio station bringing you the best in music, talk and more!

Midday – 2pm – The Lunchtime Rush with Declan Minskip

2pm – 3pm – Fasil Demsash presents Black York

3pm – 4pm – Beats ‘n Pieces (repeat of last week’s show)

4pm – 5pm – Yor Living Well with Juliet Powell

5pm – 6pm – The Connoisseur’s Stash with Will Son Tomm. The very best in rock ‘n roll – the music and the lesser-told stories.

6pm – 7pm – Graham Blueskies hosts a special edition of the Blueskies Roadshow with a very special guest

7pm – 8pm – Music History 101: the Story of Grandmaster Flash. Christian Simon charts the ups and downs of another legend!

Two Rivers Radio broadcasts every Monday from our pop-up studio at The corner pin. Tune in here: www.tworiversradio.stream

Two Rivers Radio Schedule 14/1/19

Good Morning!
Ready for you From 12pm till 11pm. Tune in!

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12pm – 1pm – On the Lunchtime Rush  Declan will be joined by special guest and comedian,  Jake Donaldson as he tours his first solo show, “Jake Donaldson: Help! I’m Trapped In The Body Of An Adequate Comedian!”. Also a sneaky peek into York’s poetry events!

Tune in for laughs, poetry and info on how to acquire tickets for Jake’s show at The Basement – Live Music & Comedy Venue.

1pm – 2pm – This month on An Alright Show, with the upcoming release of Steel City rockers Bring Me The Horizon’s new album “Amo”, Kieran will be looking at some of the great bands that have come out of Yorkshire!

2pm – 3pm –  We have our usual mix of great music all with an LGBT link to them and the topic of the day is LGBT History Month with Lisa’s special guest Jake Furby (Jake is BACK, Jake is Back…). This is the LGBT Hour!

3pm-4pm –  This week on What Rock? Tune in at 3 for Alex Fisher and Sam Booth, looking back on their personal music highlights from 2018. Tune into find out “What Rocked?”

4pm-5pm –  The 1980’s are back with Lisa Kelly behind the wheel! Lots of hits all from the 1980’s but what month were all these top 10’s in the charts?

5pm – 6pm – Ask York 4: City Centre Regeneration & Urban Renewal

With Panel:

  • Pete Kilbane – Chair
  • Imelda Havers – Independent Regeneration Consultant
  • David Dunning – News Editor at Minster FM
  • Cllr. Ashley Mason – Lib Dem
  • Phil Pinder – York Retail Forum

Ask York 4 focused on City Centre Regeneration and there were some fantastic questions and great debate form both the live studio audience and the panel.

Should there be a cross party city summit to tackle #York’s issues on #regeneration and behaviour?  Is there a lack of leadership in @CityofYork on this?

Discussion moves on pedestrianisation of #York – do you think having more #footstreets would be a good thing for the future of the city?

Would a tourist tax help the regeneration of #York asks @GSwinburn? @imeldahavers says as a resident she has no problem with #tourists but stag & hen parties are a strain on resources and we should focus on that.

Would a tourist tax make #York a pariah city or a leader? Views from the floor at #AskYork are largely in favour; lively debate now happening about stag and hen parties!

Phil Pinder of @YorkRetailForum and the other panelists agree that business rates are archaic and should be abolished. @imeldahavers says they are the bane of retailers’ lives.

What can we do with the large empty shops and could they house indoor markets? Phil Pinder of @YorkRetailForum is in favour; @daviddunninguk says demographics have changed; maybe city-centre shops have had their day & focus should be on food/drink/entertainment?

Future of the old BHS centre revealed!

Final question for #AskYork is about #recycling: questioner asks why #York doesn’t have segregated bins in the city centre – the state of #York is an embarrassment!

Great questions and informative answers. This is a not to be missed show for anybody that cares about the future of our city!

6pm – 7pm –   Information Takeaway: Juliet’s  first show of 2019 was so good that we want to play it again – in case anyone missed it! This episode tackles the issues around home and school education – are there valid reasons for taking your child out of school? Can schools support home schooling more proactively to blend home and school education? Do we need a shake up in our education system and different ways of thinking in the modern age? We are joined by Izzy Renkin-Holliway who is training to be a teacher and was home-schooled herself and get the point of view of parents plus our usual great music!

7pm-8pm  – This week Breaking York takes on a new time and a new shape. We’ll have our usual mix of original music from local bands/artists around Yorkshire with information about where these great recordings happened, plus a couple of new twists. In the first show  of 2019 we’ll be playing a song from Colin Cutler – and we’ll be featuring Colin’s work for two shows before having a live special in the studio and chatting about his songs and where people can hear him play etc. For other twists and turns you’ll have to tune in.

8pm-9pm –   Soul Funktion returns in a new slot for the first show of the New Year. With Dave Johnson having just returned from his annual pilgrimage at the ‘Luxury Soul Weekend’ in Blackpool he will be paying homage to the event playing a collection of modern soul music from 2000 up to the present day. Therefore sit back and enjoy some classic modern soul gems

9pm-10pm – Beats’n’Pieces with Jonah Hebron. This week it’s the best of British, north to south, grime to boombap – think Dirty Dike, think slowthai, think Little Simz

10pm – 11pm –  “Always Something There To Remind Me… The Look of Burt Bacharach!!”… One (way, way too short) hour dedicated to The MORpoptastic King of MORpop on The Late Mr Judge To You!

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Two Rivers Radio is a community radio station dedicated to providing unique, original and independent media for the people of York. Run by a dedicated team of hard-working volunteers, Two Rivers Radio is “By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York”
 

We broadcast every Monday from midday ’til 11pm from our pop-up studio at the The Corner Pin, Tanner Row, York.

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
We are a not-for-profit organisation and all of what we do costs money. If you would like to support us as an individual or a business, please contact us: tworiversradio@gmail.stream or click HERE.
 
If you like what you see, read and/or hear – please ‘like’ our page, comment, share us with your friends, follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Get in touch!! 🙂
 
We are always looking for new presenters, producers, writers, journalists and other team-members – if you’d like to get on board, please drop us a line: tworiversradio@gmail.com
 
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Two Rivers Radio Schedule 7/1/2019

Happy new year York!

Our very first 2019 broadcast! Hope you had fantastic Christmas and fabulous new year!
Tune in to Two Rivers Radio from 12pm till 10pm.

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12pm – 1pm  –  The Lunchtime Rush is back! Declan is back and we couldn’t be more delighted!  Declan will be talking all about new years resolutions, and some very exciting poetry and cultural events that are happening in the month. We have Mystic Tibet on the 8th Jan, 10th Jan
Sad Poets’ Doorstep Club: Mental Health Poetry Circle, and at the end of the month Dream Big Themed Open Mic. Happy listening!

1pm – 2pm –  Pirates. Murder. Virginity. Vengeance. Feminism. Folklore. An interview with folk trio Lady Maisery (separately known as Hannah James, Rowan Rheingans & Hazel Askew—three of Genevieve’s personal folk heroes). What more could you want in an episode?!

Tune in to hear songs about strong women in folklore, discuss what feminism looks like in traditional (and contemporary) folk music & hear thoughts on these subjects & more from three of the leading folk musicians in England. This episode is not to be missed!

Tune in to Crossing Borders!

2pm – 3pm –  Black York with Fasil Demsash!

3pm-4pm –  Breaking York with Graham Blueskies this week presents a whole bunch of exciting racks – Tune in to listen to the best local musicians!

4pm-5pm – This week on the Information Takeaway: Juliet’s first show of 2019 tackles the issues around home and school education – are there valid reasons for taking your child out of school? Can schools support home schooling more proactively to blend home and school education? Do we need a shake up in our education system and different ways of thinking in the modern age? We are joined by Izzy Renkin-Holliway who is training to be a teacher and was home-schooled herself and get the point of view of parents plus our usual great music!

5pm – 7pm –  Two hours of best Reggae selection with the mighty and finest Catch a Fire duo: York Man and Daddy Harper!

7pm – 9pm –  The HMGW Show power slams it’s way into 2019 with a mix of indie and mainstream music and live interviews with professional indie wrestlers.

Professional Wrestler Wing Commander Nash will be flying into the studio to discuss his upcoming True Grit Wrestling show appearance in York at Fibbers on the 19th January. We hope to have some more wrestling guests to, so keep your eyes on the HMGW page for any announcements. Also featuring, local spoken words Anxious Anarchist Poetry poet Tom Rudd

9pm-10pm – Soothing sounds for the Soul with Paul Coull’s Soul Hour to finish off the day!

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
Two Rivers Radio is a community radio station dedicated to providing unique, original and independent media for the people of York. Run by a dedicated team of hard-working volunteers, Two Rivers Radio is “By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York”
 

We broadcast every Monday from midday ’til 11pm from our pop-up studio at the The Corner Pin, Tanner Row, York.

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
We are a not-for-profit oganisation and all of what we do costs money. If you would like to support us as an individual or a business, please contact us: tworiversradio@gmail.stream or click HERE.
 
If you like what you see, read and/or hear – please ‘like’ our page, comment, share us with your friends, follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Get in touch!! 🙂
 
We are always looking for new presenters, producers, writers, journalists and other team-members – if you’d like to get on board, please drop us a line: tworiversradio@gmail.com
 
www.tworiversradio.stream

Two Rivers Radio Schedule 12/11/2018

Hello!
Tune in to Two Rivers Radio: Midday till 10pm.

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12pm-1pm –  On this week’s edition of The Lunchtime Rush, we have surprise guest presenter: Mr. Graham Blueskies stepping in! Get ready for some great tunes! Best wishes to Declan – Get better soon!

1pm – 2pm –   Our honourable Yorkie away from York Genevieve is back! What might the world be like without music? Can music be…dangerous?! What do Mozart, raindrops, birdcalls and folk music all have in common? Discover the answers to all this when you tune in to Two Rivers Radio & take a listen to “The Importance of Sound: an Introduction” on Crossing Borders—the series that brings you traditional (and modern-day) folklore, music & dances from around the world!

2pm – 3pm –  Black York with Fasil Demsash this week will be focusing on Hidden Voices of BAME Groups in York. Tune in!

3pm-4pm –  Breaking York with Graham Blueskies this week presents a whole bunch of new tracks – A new song sung by Jessica Penn, more from The Jon Palmer Band, with a song that features Rachel Goodwin – Another track from Gary Middleton’s album Rolling On plus a whole lot more, including Ten Millennia – These and the Other Guy ( Now Slack Habits) –

Don’t forget to buy tickets to our November gigs https://bit.ly/2J1lp8j
Breaking York’s first mini tour featuring three local artists Evie Barrand – Quiet Eyes and Ten-79 -full details can be found at
https://www.facebook.com/events/329201344507750

Tweet the show #breakingyork and get your tickets at just £4 txts to 07967518287

4pm-5pm – On Information Takeaway Show with Juliet Powell this week, we discuss the Rise of Veganism and Free From diets – from fringe to mainstream – why are more people embracing this lifestyle?

Looking forward to chatting to our regular food contributor Claire Davies and Nutrition student Laura Naylor about this topical subject.

5pm – 7pm –  Two hours of best Reggae selection with the mighty and finest Catch a Fire duo: York Man and Daddy Harper!

7pm – 9pm –  This weeks HMGW Show will be a replay due to unforseen circumstances. We will be revisiting the show from the 30/04/18 which features the brilliant York based band Van Der Neer and British Professional Wrestlers Boris Koslov, Dom Black and Myles Kayman. If you want to see any of these talented individuals you’re in luck as Van Der Neer will be performing at Lendal Cellars on the 29th of November.(https://www.facebook.com/events/309565559648462/?ti=as)Boris Koslov and Dom Black will be part of the upcoming True Grit show on the 17th of November. (https://www.facebook.com/events/452109021897174/?ti=as)

9pm-10pm – To close the day we have some soothing sounds for the Soul with Paul Coull’s Soul Hour!

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
Two Rivers Radio is a community radio station dedicated to providing unique, original and independent media for the people of York. Run by a dedicated team of hard-working volunteers, Two Rivers Radio is “By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York”
 

We broadcast every Monday from midday ’til 11pm from our pop-up studio at the The Corner Pin, Tanner Row, York.

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
We are a not-for-profit oganisation and all of what we do costs money. If you would like to support us as an individual or a business, please contact us: tworiversradio@gmail.stream or click HERE.
 
If you like what you see, read and/or hear – please ‘like’ our page, comment, share us with your friends, follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Get in touch!! 🙂
 
We are always looking for new presenters, producers, writers, journalists and other team-members – if you’d like to get on board, please drop us a line: tworiversradio@gmail.com
 
www.tworiversradio.stream

Two Rivers Radio Schedule 5/11/2018

Good Morning!
Tune in to Two Rivers Radio: Midday till 10pm.

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It’s the bonfire night! Today we are celebrating the events of 5 November 1605, when Guy Fawkes, a member of the Gunpowder Plot, was arrested while guarding explosives the plotters had placed beneath the House of Lords. Celebrating the fact that King James I had survived the attempt on his life, people lit bonfires around London!

12pm-2pm –  Tune in! On this week’s edition of The Lunchtime Rush, Declan will be talking about the vibrant art scene in York and also the joys/ terror of looking after a cat and houseplants

2pm – 3pm –   We will replay one of the episodes of The Fanfiction show!

3pm-4pm – Join Alex and Sam this week on What Rock? Where they will be looking at the rock music scene in California and how it’s changed through the years!

4pm-5pm – On Monday Memories Jayne Phoenix will be taking you for a tour down memory lane, looking at local and maybe not so local news stories from that year, plus music from the chosen year. There’s a prize up for grabs for the person who correctly guesses the year and tweets in to @tworiversradio using the hashtag #MoMe

5pm-6pm – Welcome to the YSJ Hour where our team; Adam, Brett and Elisha will you keep you up to date with all the current affairs in York. In this hour we aim to inform and entertain you whilst discussing and debating the biggest topics that are happening in York throughout the month. The program will be filled with different voices whether that be a general member of the public or a specific figurehead in one of the subjects that we are discussing. There will also be live elements in which our guest will come to the studio to lead a debate on a relative topic, with all this and more you won’t want to miss the YSJ Hour.

6pm – 7pm –  Bob and his friends are tired of being dead. It doesn’t give them much to talk about beyond Death itself. Unfortunately, they are dead. That is not going to change. Nope. Absolutely not.

In other, completely unrelated news, the theme of this month’s Weirdness is Resurrection.

7pm-8pm –  This week Soul Funktion presenter Dave Johnson will once again be delving into his personnel collection of Jazz Funk and Soul spanning nearly 40 years .The ‘Long Song ‘ this week is a classic dance track from the Players Association and two back to back tracks from this year’s Soul Togetherness modern soul collection from Expansion Records. Tune in and tap your toes to an hour of essential music!

8pm – 9pm –  Glass Half Full tackles the hot topic of fracking, recently started in Lancashire and already dogged by multiple earth tremors. Will it happen around York? Presenter Kate Lock is joined by Haxby and Wigginton’s Cllr Ian Cuthbertson and anti fracking campaigner Ginnie Shaw to discuss the issue. Kate will also be talking to Leah Bennett about York community group Planet South Bank and Adrian Lovett about the launch of Good Food York as part of the Sustainable Food Cities network. Plenty of food for thought and maybe a few fireworks in a show that examines environmental and social justice issues issues from local to global.

9pm-10pm – To finish the day we will have some exclusive choices of French music from Maxime Maigret. Tune in for Bagguete et Croissant!

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
Two Rivers Radio is a community radio station dedicated to providing unique, original and independent media for the people of York. Run by a dedicated team of hard-working volunteers, Two Rivers Radio is “By the people of York, for the people of York, in the heart of York”
 

We broadcast every Monday from midday ’til 11pm from our pop-up studio at the The Corner Pin, Tanner Row, York.

www.tworiversradio.stream
 
We are a not-for-profit oganisation and all of what we do costs money. If you would like to support us as an individual or a business, please contact us: tworiversradio@gmail.stream or click HERE.
 
If you like what you see, read and/or hear – please ‘like’ our page, comment, share us with your friends, follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Get in touch!! 🙂
 
We are always looking for new presenters, producers, writers, journalists and other team-members – if you’d like to get on board, please drop us a line: tworiversradio@gmail.com
 
www.tworiversradio.stream

Live now! Yor Living Well

Tune in to a very special edition of Yor Living Well this evening with guest presenter Leah Bennett in the hot-seat.

Juliet Powell, will be around and we’re sure you will hear from here throughout the evening. You will also hear some fantastic music along with insightful interviews on health and well being with:

Podfit Personal Training and Nutrition
Hypnotherapy by David Sear
StoboHealth
Stonegate Medical Clinic
Environment Healing
Northern College of Acupuncture
Flower Power York
Natural Entrepreneurs Workspace
A Global Community of Wellness Philippines

& there will be guest speakers, Anna Knowles and Rachael Maskell MPthroughout the evening.

We will be live from York Wellbeing Day‘s evening event at Hotel du Vin Yorkfrom 6pm ’til 9pm.

Tune in here: www.tworiversradio.stream

We will be live from 6pm ’til 9pm – get locked in and feel good!!

 

Join in York’s First Citywide Well Being Day! (Today)

There will be a number of fantastic pop-up health and wellbeing events going on in and around York today.  Take a look below to see what’s on near you.

HYPNOTHERAPY BY DAVID SEAR
Information drop in at his room on

 

Stonegate in York.

11:00 – 15:00
Find out More & Book

LITTLE STARS STAY AND PLAY

Relax Kids York and Selby with Kirsty are holding a Little Stars Stay and Play Session in Fulford.

10:00 – 11:30
Find Out More & Book

 

WORK LIFE BALANCE NETWALK
Natural Entrepreneurs Workspace & Netwalk North Yorkshire are holding a Work-Life Balance
session and ‘Netwalk’ at Forest Farm Business Park near Fulford.

11:30 – 13:30
Find Out More & Book

PLANT-BASED NUTRITION FOR WELLBEING –CONFUSION or CONFIDENCE?
Vegan, vegetarian, and plant-based diets are buzzwords nowadays. There is so much, often very conflicting and contradictory, information in all sorts of media, including social media about the effects of our nutritional choices on our physical, mental and even emotional health and wellbeing in general.  Come to this talk for a bit of myth-busting and science, ideas and information. Bring your questions for the Q&A session at the end of the talk – I promise that it will be both useful and fun!

16:00 – 17:30
Find Our More & Book

PLAYING WITH WORDS Claire Davies (The Greedy Wordsmith) and Gayle Johnson (Red Tree Writing)

Join Claire and Gayle for a morning of playful writing at True Story, Lord Mayors Walk, as part of
York’s first ever city wide Wellbeing Day. During this interactive session, we will look at how writing can help you reconnect with yourself, tune into your creativity and guide you through life. Together, in an informal, supportive environment, we’ll explore our personal histories with writing, discuss the various forms of writing available to us and play with a few simple writing prompts.  Everybody has the right to write, and this session will get you going whether you already have a personal writing habit or not.

10:00 – 13:00
Find Out More & Book

 

RE-ENERGISING WITH CLAY

Nicola Stead from The Creative Studio
Take a break from your usual routine and come and play with some clay! Re-energise yourself by
making a clay pot and get your imagination going again.
Pay as you feel, all ages welcome, no experience needed. As we all know, looking after our mental
health is an important part of life and we all need to check in on this every now and then, so come and take some time out to relax and enjoy!
Reserve your space by booking online through Eventbrite as a free ticket and any contributions given on the day of the workshop, to cover costs of materials, will greatly be appreciated.

09:30 – 11:00
Find Out More & Book

 

GUT HEALTH & WELLBEING
Join Anna Park for an interactive workshop as part of York Wellbeing Day. The workshop takes place at the Lemon Tree Cafe in Poppleton.
She will be covering aspects of gut health and signposting where to get help and products that are available.  She will also be offering aloe shots for you to try.

12:45 – 14:45
Find Out More & Book

Louise Black Health & Beauty
Mini Massages in aid of York MIND in East Cottingwith

BUSINESS BASED WORKSHOPS
Helen Thorburn – East Yorkshire Education Department
Mark Bates – Make it York

 

Join in York’s Very First Citywide Wellbeing Day – Today!

There will be a number of fantastic pop-up health and wellbeing events going on in and around York today.  Take a look below to see what’s on near you.

HYPNOTHERAPY BY DAVID SEAR
Information drop in at his room on

 

Stonegate in York.

11:00 – 15:00
Find out More & Book

LITTLE STARS STAY AND PLAY

Relax Kids York and Selby with Kirsty are holding a Little Stars Stay and Play Session in Fulford.

10:00 – 11:30
Find Out More & Book

 

WORK LIFE BALANCE NETWALK
Natural Entrepreneurs Workspace & Netwalk North Yorkshire are holding a Work-Life Balance
session and ‘Netwalk’ at Forest Farm Business Park near Fulford.

11:30 – 13:30
Find Out More & Book

PLANT-BASED NUTRITION FOR WELLBEING –CONFUSION or CONFIDENCE?
Vegan, vegetarian, and plant-based diets are buzzwords nowadays. There is so much, often very conflicting and contradictory, information in all sorts of media, including social media about the effects of our nutritional choices on our physical, mental and even emotional health and wellbeing in general.  Come to this talk for a bit of myth-busting and science, ideas and information. Bring your questions for the Q&A session at the end of the talk – I promise that it will be both useful and fun!

16:00 – 17:30
Find Our More & Book

PLAYING WITH WORDS Claire Davies (The Greedy Wordsmith) and Gayle Johnson (Red Tree Writing)

Join Claire and Gayle for a morning of playful writing at True Story, Lord Mayors Walk, as part of
York’s first ever city wide Wellbeing Day. During this interactive session, we will look at how writing can help you reconnect with yourself, tune into your creativity and guide you through life. Together, in an informal, supportive environment, we’ll explore our personal histories with writing, discuss the various forms of writing available to us and play with a few simple writing prompts.  Everybody has the right to write, and this session will get you going whether you already have a personal writing habit or not.

10:00 – 13:00
Find Out More & Book

 

RE-ENERGISING WITH CLAY

Nicola Stead from The Creative Studio
Take a break from your usual routine and come and play with some clay! Re-energise yourself by
making a clay pot and get your imagination going again.
Pay as you feel, all ages welcome, no experience needed. As we all know, looking after our mental
health is an important part of life and we all need to check in on this every now and then, so come and take some time out to relax and enjoy!
Reserve your space by booking online through Eventbrite as a free ticket and any contributions given on the day of the workshop, to cover costs of materials, will greatly be appreciated.

09:30 – 11:00
Find Out More & Book

 

GUT HEALTH & WELLBEING
Join Anna Park for an interactive workshop as part of York Wellbeing Day. The workshop takes place at the Lemon Tree Cafe in Poppleton.
She will be covering aspects of gut health and signposting where to get help and products that are available.  She will also be offering aloe shots for you to try.

12:45 – 14:45
Find Out More & Book

Louise Black Health & Beauty
Mini Massages in aid of York MIND in East Cottingwith

BUSINESS BASED WORKSHOPS
Helen Thorburn – East Yorkshire Education Department
Mark Bates – Make it York

 

York Wellbeing Day – David Sear

David is hosting a fabulous hypnotherapy drop in in his studio on
Stonegate. Find out what hypnotherapy is and how it can help, book in a
consultation or a session. An impressive time limited offer applies.

Free Event

Please find out more and register HERE.