Once upon a time in Camden, there was a studio in the sky. And it was gorgeous: High ceilings, wooden floors, and full of light from every angle. It was a hive of activity and learning, where inspiring projects took flight. Colomba was the realisation of a personal dream spanning some fifteen years. It was…
What will you remember when you look back on this time? The history books are sure to record the trouble; here are 3 creative ways to keep track of the good times.
Three extraordinary people tell us about the things they wish they’d learnt as a child, the decisions that shaped them and why it’s never too late to try something new.
Most of us can objectively recognise that the body is an incredible machine that keeps us alive and kicking. But how do we integrate this ‘idea’ into our everyday lives with positive self-love practices to celebrate its extraordinary nature?
Always loved dance but not sure where to start? Not sure what the difference is between Ballet and Contemporary anyway? Our expert dance instructor takes us through the main dance styles with tips on how to find the right one for you.
Are you a perfectionist? Does fear of failure stop you trying new things? Having the courage to suck at something can be a brave and enlightening step forward.
Getting into new habits can be difficult, especially when you’re only accountable to yourself, so this month we’re breaking things down – and setting you up to succeed with a 30 day wellness challenge
Expert and Colomba course instructor Nicky Davin gives us her top tips for remote public speaking
Habits are the most flexible thing we can create and practice consistently. They are not tied to a schedule; instead, they’re connected to an intention.
Coming out of our collective hibernation may be a shock to the system. How can we bounce back and move forward with courage?
You can go at your own pace, choose any time of day or night, clomp about in PJs or dance as if you’re a starlet. Lorna V investigates the serious reasons to go for it.