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  • Using creativity to meet the needs of real people - Sarah Gibbs
    then I thought about Nia And how spot on teaching Nia is in terms of offering a creative form of movement that increases joy and stirs peoples enthusiasm two phrases taken from the blog Finding this blog has made my week And I m going to use these two creative pearls of wisdom increasing joy and stirring enthusiasm in my Nia class this Tuesday Roll on Tuesday Share this article Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window creative movement creativity dance arts healing arts Martial arts Nia sensory awareness The joy of movement Related By Category Creativity with colour and chakras Creativity with wonderful word clouds Word of the week proprioceptors Keep Calm and dance through life Teaching Nia fitness Related Posts By Tags Keep Calm and dance through life Happy Nia New Year Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Word of the week Dancing Creativity with colour and chakras Creativity with wonderful word clouds Ideas are like fish Creativity in pottery Keep Calm and dance through life Teaching Nia fitness Happy Nia New Year Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Word of the week Dancing Teaching Nia fitness Word of the week courage Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Creativity in movement Teaching Nia fitness Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Word of the week Dancing Word of the week NIA Creativity with colour and chakras Creativity with wonderful word clouds Word of the week proprioceptors Doing things for the love of it Word of the week JUGGLING Keep Calm and dance through life Teaching Nia

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  • Teaching Nia fitness - Sarah Gibbs
    movement that tones the body lifts the spirits and is fun and free spirited If you live in the area please do come along and give it a go Here are 12 tips to remind you why Nia is SO good for the body AND the mind Share this article Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window dance arts healing arts health healthy living Martial arts Nia sensory awareness The joy of movement Related By Category Creativity with colour and chakras Creativity with wonderful word clouds Word of the week proprioceptors Keep Calm and dance through life Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Related Posts By Tags Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Happy Nia New Year Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Word of the week Dancing Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Word of the week courage Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Creativity in movement Time Happy Nia New Year Word of the week courage Word of the week skeleton Word of the week proprioceptors Keep Calm and dance through life Happy Nia New Year Word of the week courage Word of the week No Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Word of the week Dancing Word of the week NIA Creativity with colour and chakras Creativity with wonderful word clouds Word of the week proprioceptors Doing things for the love of it Word of the week JUGGLING Keep Calm and dance through life Using creativity to meet the needs

    Original URL path: http://www.sarah-gibbs.co.uk/me-and-nia/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Creativity in movement - Sarah Gibbs
    suitable for all and everyone puts in as much or as little as they feel they need And that s the key A form of creative exercise that adapts to the body rather than the other way round Share this article Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window creative movement creativity Dance dance arts healing arts healthy living Martial arts Nia Nia fitness Related By Category Creativity with colour and chakras Creativity with wonderful word clouds Word of the week proprioceptors Keep Calm and dance through life Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Related Posts By Tags Keep Calm and dance through life Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Happy Nia New Year Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Creativity with colour and chakras Creativity with wonderful word clouds Ideas are like fish Creativity in pottery Keep Calm and dance through life Keep Calm and dance through life Time Word of the week Metamorphosing Word of the week Dancing Happy National Kissing Day Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Teaching Nia fitness Happy Nia New Year Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Teaching Nia fitness Word of the week courage Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Word of the week proprioceptors Keep Calm and dance through life Teaching Nia fitness Happy Nia New Year Word of the week courage Using creativity to meet the needs of real people Teaching Nia fitness Word of the week skeleton Word of the week No Word of

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  • Word of the Week: Balk - Sarah Gibbs
    is another of my Tutbury words It sits on a name plaque just outside a very grand house up the road Funnily enough I was driven past the name plaque and up the drive to have a look at the very grand house not knowing that it belonged to a friend who goes to the same French conversation class as me I forgot to ask her what Balk meant so I ve looked it up and it s one of those words with lots of different meanings In this instance I think I ll go for this one a ridge of land left unplowed as a dividing line after all it was a very bumpy track that led up to the very grand house What does Balk mean to me not a very pretty word I could balk at something i e be nervous about doing it Geography lessons and The Balkan mountains What does Balk mean to you Share this article Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window copywriting web content copywriter web content writing working freelance Related By Category Words of the Week Twitterpated vs Atrabilious Word of the week JUGGLING Word of the week GROUNDED Word of the week courage Word of the week skeleton Related Posts By Tags Word of the week Groovy Word s of the week Manse and Jinny Can a web content writer really write about absolutely anything Word of the week Pumpkin Word of the week hotchpotch Creative thoughts CAN make things happen Word of the week Metamorphosing Word s of the week Manse and Jinny Can a web content writer really write about absolutely

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  • Word of the week: Groovy - Sarah Gibbs
    referred to the groove of a piece of music It became really popular during the hippie 1960s and funky 1970s and yet had largely vanished from everyday use by 1980 I wonder why I feel it s one of those words that you either love or hate and makes you smile or squirm For me it s a great feel good word So I m making a conscious effort to give up the word brilliant for lent and will use groovy instead What does groovy mean to me It s a groovy kind of love sung by Phil Collins A different way of complimenting someone on something A word my father definitely didn t use What does groovy mean to you Share this article Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window copywriting Web content copywriting web content writing Words working freelance writing writing for the web Related By Category Words of the Week Twitterpated vs Atrabilious Word of the week JUGGLING Word of the week GROUNDED Word of the week courage Word of the week skeleton Related Posts By Tags Word of the Week Balk Word s of the week Manse and Jinny Can a web content writer really write about absolutely anything Word of the week Pumpkin Word of the week hotchpotch Word s of the week Manse and Jinny Can a web content writer really write about absolutely anything Word of the week hotchpotch Word of the week anorak Word of the week discombobulate Words of the Week Twitterpated vs Atrabilious Creativity with wonderful word clouds Doing things for the love of it Word of the week JUGGLING Word of the

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  • Word(s) of the week: 'Manse' and 'Jinny' - Sarah Gibbs
    pass a house called The Old Manse It s up by the castle and I was sure this word had medieval connections Having looked it up it does in fact mean rectory or mansion house And now I find that I m seeing it on the name plates of quite a few of the older houses in nearby villages Jinny proved more difficult We ve got a Tutbury Jinny model shop and a Jinny Inn and also a Jinny Trail But no reference to Jinny in the dictionary And then I found out that it was the affectionate name for a steam train service that used to run between Tutbury and Burton and it all made sense Share this article Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window copywriting web content copywriter Web content copywriting web content writing working freelance writing writing for the web Related By Category Words of the Week Twitterpated vs Atrabilious Word of the week JUGGLING Word of the week GROUNDED Word of the week courage Word of the week skeleton Related Posts By Tags Word of the Week Balk Word of the week Groovy Can a web content writer really write about absolutely anything Word of the week Pumpkin Word of the week hotchpotch Creative thoughts CAN make things happen Word of the week Metamorphosing Word of the Week Balk Can a web content writer really write about absolutely anything Word of the week Panettone Word of the week Groovy Can a web content writer really write about absolutely anything Word of the week hotchpotch Word of the week anorak Word of the week discombobulate Words of the Week

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  • My Blog 'All Things Creative' - Sarah Gibbs
    writing world So I thought I d create a word of the week blog spot focusing on words that we just don t seem to use much in our everyday language And then I m going to try and use these words Read Article 19th July 2010 Working Freelance So what do you do Whenever I get asked this question I m often surprised how long it takes me to explain what I do before the penny drops If I just say copywriting I don t feel this reflects the range and variety of writing projects I do If I say web content writing many people glaze over not able to Read Article 12th July 2010 Working Freelance Successful freelancing I signed up to People per Hour around 2 years ago and it was one of the best things I ve done since going freelance It brought me new work and new clients two of whom are ongoing It works by simply making bids on projects that are suited to your skills It may take Read Article 13th May 2010 Creative Writing Festival creativity continued I made it to some of the Brighton Festival Artists Open Houses last weekend We concentrated on the Five Ways Houses and out of all the ones we visited this one Lampost 13 touched me most A delightful house full of colour vibrancy warmth and welcome It reminded me of The Bloomsbury Read Article 1st May 2010 Working Freelance Following Festival creativity Creativity is all around in Brighton during Festival time in May This year I ve decided to focus on two Festival themes the Artists Open Houses and City Read Working freelance means flexibility and deadlines and both these events fit well into these schedules with Open Houses offering flexible opening times and the

    Original URL path: http://www.sarah-gibbs.co.uk/blog/page/5/ (2016-02-13)
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  • My Blog 'All Things Creative' - Sarah Gibbs
    the film sums up my perception of all things creative Set in Italy in the stylish 60 s and based on Federico Fellini s 1963 classic autobiographical film eight and a half for those of you who haven t seen it yet Read Article 5th January 2010 Working Freelance Working from home and helping the creative juices to flow I enjoyed reading Dr Mark Porter s my prescription for better living in 2010 in The Times yesterday Twelve sensible tips to work towards a positive and motivated year I particularly liked the first tip change your routine As Dr Porter points out it s good to add variety into our lives and working solo from home Read Article 29th December 2009 Fish Art Making resolutions One of my New Year resolutions is to keep up with my blog Another is to create a buzz for my cousin James Gibbs s fish art With the potential threat of climate change damage on marine life there may come a time when pictures and photos are all that s left to remind us of Read Article 27th October 2009 Creative Writing Creativity at its best This is a brilliant example of how creativity and fun can change people s behaviour for the better Read Article 27th October 2009 Working Freelance Working freelance and the dreaded tax return Yes it s that time of year again I think I m getting used to the language of tax returns now and which bits of the online tax return form are relevant to me and which bits aren t There s still a lot I don t understand but I m determined to keep my freelance business straightforward in the hopes Read Article 21st October 2009 Creative Writing Creative pictograms for 2012 Olympics I like these

    Original URL path: http://www.sarah-gibbs.co.uk/blog/page/6/ (2016-02-13)
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