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This Changes Everything – Ventnor Botanic Garden

November 17, 2015

What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we’ll ever get to build a better world? Join Morgan and Garrett of Climate Journey, two climate activists who have been cycling for five months to the UN Climate Conference, for a screening and discussion of the hottest film in the climate movement right now, at Ventnor Botanic […]

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Maya Abdominal Therapy

November 11, 2015

An Introduction to Maya Abdominal Therapy By Angie Ix Chel I am a mother of five children and have been a practicing therapist for over 8 years. In addition to being an Arvigo® Maya Abdominal Therapist I am also qualified as a Swedish massage therapist, Reflexologist and Reiki healer. As a massage therapist I became […]

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The Healthy Lunchbox challenge

May 21, 2015

  Most children are driven by taste, advertising and most of all routine… From a very early age, we are taught about routine and as soon as your child is of school age, routine for them is defined by breakfast, going to school, lunch, after school clubs, snacks and dinner. There are 4 occasions in […]

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Are you a tired parent ? Sleep deprivation ?

April 28, 2015

  As any new parent will tell you, sleep deprivation comes with  any new baby or young child. But when it lasts for weeks or months, parents think what can I do ? There are lost of baby experts all around you. Ask family, ask your friends that have children they may have lots of […]

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Movement Junkie Dance – Healing – Fitness

March 27, 2015

  Want to feel better and live a more fulfilling life? Do it the Movement Junkie way! Come to dance classes.. Dance Groove uses moves from Bollywood to the Bee Gees and beyond for a fun dance fitness workout. Dance Yoga blends dance and yoga to upbeat, world music for an energising yet relaxing workout. Dance Fusion teaches routines from Musicals to […]

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Walk the Wight 2015

March 25, 2015

  Island schools are being asked once more to help raise funds for Earl Mountbatten Hospice by clocking up the miles for this year’s Walk the Wight. The Schools Walk the Wight, now in its 9th year, enables school children to play their part in the Hospice’s biggest annual fundraising event by taking part in […]

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I Can See You 3D/4D Ultrasound

January 29, 2015

I Can See You!  Will on the Island on 9th February 2015 at  Ryde Castle. We are a family run 3D/4D Ultrasound business .A 3D scan is like seeing a photo of a new born baby.  Seeing every facial feature and bonding with your baby an amazing experience and the photographs are wonderful keepsake. Our […]

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Isle of Wight Cycling Festival

September 12, 2014

The 2014 Isle of Wight Cycling Festival kicks off this coming weekend, with a huge variety of rides available for all ages. The famous event, which takes place from Saturday 13 to 28 September and is the UK’s largest dedicated cycling festival, has rides from the simple to challenging and quirky to the unique including fossil […]

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Birth Wight teaches The Wise Hippo Birthing Programme on the isle of Wight

July 18, 2014

  Birth Wight teaches The Wise Hippo Birthing Programme, the only UK specific hypnobirthing course. It is a complete 10 hour antenatal programme, over four 2.5 hour classes; suitable from 20 weeks of pregnancy.A workbook & six pre-recorded relaxing mp3s are provided to support home practice.Emma from Ryde had her baby boy in May, she […]

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Family Magazine for Isle of Wight Families……..

July 2, 2014

  The Family Directory is a compact, essential magazine for Island parents and visiting families.Each issue is full of news, reviews, articles and cooking ideas – the magazine comes out each term to keep families updated.The magazine is full of What’s On, clubs classes, news, events and lots more The Family Directory is perfect for mums […]

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