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Residents can sit back and relax at free landlord course

30 January 2017 - Latest news

A new course from Dale & Valley Homes will show attendees the powers of energy healing.kimberleybatey

Reiki and Relaxation is a four-week training programme that will offer a range of techniques to aid self-wellbeing.

The free sessions, starting on Monday, 6 February between 10am and 12.30pm at Mickle Grove Community Training Hub in Leeholme, will teach people about guided meditation and breathing exercises to help relaxation.

Kimberley Batey from Dale & Valley Homes said: “We all know how hectic life can become, so this is a fantastic programme for anyone who finds it difficult to just stop and switch off.

“Attendees will find out about the seven main chakra points, as well as how to give reiki treatments to others.”

For more information and to reserve a place call Kimberley Batey on 01388 770 974 or email

Help to attend the course, including transport and free childcare, can be arranged.

For more information on other free training events visit

Dale & Valley Homes’ training programme at Mickle Grove has been funded by NE Procurement, 3 Towns AAP and local councillors.

Photo above: Kimberley Batey, Community Training Project Co-ordinator.

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