Baby Ballet Leeds East & Wakefield North Photography Schedule

Baby Ballet Leeds East & Wakefield North
Miss Kim Leaf
e-mail: leedseast@babyballet.co.uk
M: 07412 637586

Jan Sat 13th 9:15 – 3 classes back to back Normanton All Saints

High St, Normanton WF6 1NR

 

Jan Fri 19th 9:30 – 2 classes back to back Colton Methodist Church

Chapel Yard, Leeds LS15 9AH

Feb Mon 5th 9:30 – 2 classes back to back Garforth St Benedict’s

(Aberford Road)LS25 1PX

Mar Fri 2nd 10:00 – 2 classes back to back Tadcaster Riley Smith Hall

28 Westgate LS24 9AB

Mar Sat 3rd 9:00 – 3 classes back to back Garforth St Mary’s

Church Lane LS25 1NW

Mar Sat 10th 9:00 – 2 classes back to back 12-3 Dance Academy Oulton Iveridge HealthClub

Wakefield Road LS26 8EU

Mar Sun 11th 10:00 – 2 classes back to back Crossgates John Smeaton

Smeaton Approach LS15 8TA

Mar Sat 17th 9:00 –4 classes back to back Outwood Parkside Meth

493 Leeds Rd WF1 2PN

Sun 18th 10:00 – 2 classes back to back Nuffield Wakefield

Denby Dale Rd WF2 7AW

Ordering keyrings online

When ordering 4 keyrings our system requires you to add 4 images to the collection. Even if you want all 4 the same.

Click the “Add to Collection” button to add an image and the number required will show above. Once you have selected all 4 an “Add to Order” box will appear next to the “View collection” button.

 

Hope that helps

 

Pure Body Massage Therapy

We’ve all felt that exhaustion.
When your body has just had had enough. We all need to take care of ourselves and recharge your wellbeing.

Special offer for Hopscotch Customers

20% off

Full body massage for £30 instead of £38 –

just mention hopscotch when booking a time to suit you

 

Or Bring some sunshine into your life and some heat into your sore muscles and book a hot stones massage and soothe this cloudy feeling away.

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Website http://www.purebodymassagetherapy.co.uk

Prescription Massage and Sports Massage Therapy
Offering Professional, Clinical and Relaxation Massage Treatments tailored to you.

Joanne also lectures Sports Massage at the Yorkshire College of Beauty.
Located in LS28 5PG Calverley, Pudsey

 

The Benefits of Massage

• Reduction in heart rate and blood pressure.
• Reduction in the level of stress hormones in the body.
• Boost to immune system.
• Increase in serotonin (a pain relieving, mood-enhancing hormone).
• Stimulation of blood circulation and lymphatic (waste-disposal) system.
• Brings an agitated physiology to a state of deeply relaxed calm.
• Relief of muscle spasm and tension.
• Increase joint flexibility and range of motion.
• Promotes deeper and easier breathing.
• Increases the removal of fluids and waste products improving digestion.
• Nourishes the skin, improves posture and body awareness.
• Speeds recovery period from physical exercise by flushing the muscles of lactic acid.
• Can aid with recovery from injury.

 About Your Therapist

Joanne Clifford BA (Hons.) ITEC (distinction)

Joanne graduated from Leeds University after studying History and Primary Education. She then taught Primary Education in Bradford until she decided to start a family, being now a mother to three energetic children.

Understanding the challenges we all face with modern life and stress, Joanne chose to begin a new career path and trained at the Yorkshire College of Beauty in Massage Therapy.

Joanne then continued to train in other massage disciplines such as Pregnancy Massage, Indian Head, Hot Stones Therapy and again returned to the Yorkshire College of Beauty to complete an extensive Sports Massage training course.

In a world where we are too often focused on the day to day grind, and do not take time to look after our own health, Massage Therapy helps to treats the whole self, relaxing both body and mind to create a sense of well-being. Now with over 5 years of therapeutic experience, the Pure Body Massage treatment room is the next step for Joanne, enabling flexible appointment times in a comfortable calming environment.

Joanne is also currently providing soft tissue Massage Therapy to the Bradford Bulls rugby team and has also worked in palliative care at Sue Ryder hospice, providing Massage Therapy to residential and day care patients.

In addition to running her business, Joanne also lectures Sports Massage at the Yorkshire College of Beauty.

Landscape Photography

But what is it about Landscape Photography we love so much?

As a Landscape Photographer you strive to capture and share the beauty of the world around you, just as you see it through your own eyes. But there can be a big difference between a good shot and great one …

A good landscape photo will sit in your archive and never be seen again.
A great landscape photo will bring the scene back to life every time you or your friends see them.

… and it’s likely you’ve only got one chance to make it count.

Living Landscapes will help you move past the point, click and hope approach to landscape photography. You’ll learn from a pro how to capture stunning landscape photos you’ll hang on walls – not hide in albums – by mastering the three key ingredients to stunning and engaging landscape photography.

The craft: Understand how exposure, color, and focus can make or break a shot.
The tools: A shoot-more-shop-less approach to the gear a landscape photographer needs.
The creativity: Merge what you know (craft) what you have (tools) with your imagination to create inspiring Landscape Photos.

What You’ll Discover in this 130+ page eBook

How to simplify the process of making engaging and technically proficient landscape images.
How to overcome the unique challenges that landscape photography presents.
The 4 landscape fundamentals that turn bland into beautiful.
Workshops and guided tours of some amazing landscape images.
A straight forward explanation of the gear you need (it isn’t as much as you might think.)
Landscape specific post-processing techniques.
Advanced tips and techniques for specific scenarios: mountains, water, bush and forest, black and white and panoramic stitching.

How to play Hopscotch

Use chalk to draw a hopscotch pattern on the ground or use masking tape on the floor. Create a diagram with eight sections and number them. Each player has a marker such as a stone, shell, button, etc. For younger children simply hopping across the single versus double squares can provide hours of fun.

Nursery photography