Saturday 17 June – Sunday 18 June
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Weekend Workshop 17th and 18th June10am-6pm each day
This is very powerful workshop where every participant has life changing experience. This workshop is based on Loving Yourself, the Philosophy of Louise L. Hay that helped many people in the whole world to change their lives in the best way possible.
Loving yourself is the key to healing your life. When you really love and accept yourself, your life can blossom. However, this is easier said than done! This workshop will guide participants in exercises to release the past and learn to love themselves. They will learn how their thoughts create their reality and how they can make changes in old thought/feeling patterns to create the life they want now. Using the mirror technique popularized by Louise Hay and other processes, they will take a quantum step in self-acceptance. Using affirmations and visualizations will enable them to focus on the new reality they want to create.
All participants will receive handouts with all tools they need to carry on with work on their own time. This workshop is fun, productive, emotional and educational and you would meet other lovely people who are willing to change their life and live with full potential.
Please contact HYL Teacher for more information and arrangements
We’ll be creating our first fire onFriday 2nd June, from around7:30pm, in the garden at 44 Maryfield. The intention for this fire is to offer an opportunity for you to burn an item you want to let go of.
It might be a letter – unsent or received, a photograph or other small object. It may be a memory… How does one burn a memory? We will provide materials for you to draw or write it down before burning.
“People Know How” is delighted to be at St.Margaret’s House and has a whole host of different projects happening. Their thing is “social innovation” – they believe that “People Know How” to identify their needs and the solutions that will help them fulfil their potential and solve social issues. Often, people don’t realise that they “know how” and that’s where they come in – unlocking ideas for a better future, today.
Tell us more I hear you say!!
One of there projects is called Re:Connect and helps people to develop basic computer and digital skills. The team are opening their doors to Room 5.03 every Friday starting 2nd June from 2pm to 4pm. You can pop in – use one of their laptops or take your own device along. Their team of volunteers can help you work out all those things you wished you could do on your phone, computer, tablet etc and aren’t quite sure where to start. Equally they’d love you to come along and share the amazing things you can do and want to show others. Give it a try!! Get along to 5.03!!”
Mario and Helena are two interns who came to St Margaret’s House three months ago. They have been working on several projects during this time. From Friday 26th of May they are going to show some of that work in different locations of the building for 3 days and on Saturday from 5pm come and enjoy the launch of their big project, St. Margaret’s House new interactive fanzine.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
If you ask somebody to visualise in their head an intern, probably an image of a student scampering around their co-workers nodding to everything they see and taking notes will pop up. Well, that’s completely wrong.
If you haven’t already found a place of your own here in our hive of studios, now is your time. We have just one or two studios left available for rent after our building works created a few extra spaces. Sharing is an option. Just contact the office on 0131 661 1924 to find out more and book a viewing.
Based in Edinburgh, The Placement Factory organises quality work experiences for European graduates and undergraduates. Working in partnerships with European Universities, Vocational Colleges, and local businesses we create strong internship opportunities with the students and business hosts at the core of the partnership. We focus on matching academic background, career objectives and skill sets of each participant to the right company to ensure all stakeholders benefit from the exchange.
Placements are free and last between 2 to 6 months. Professional fields are extremely varied and include for instance: audio visual, jewellery makers, marketing, admin, IT more