7 Unique and Interesting Courses to Try This August
Holiday time in August can sometimes feel like the only chance you get to escape your usual routine. It’s a chance to take a step back from the daily grind and try something new. We’re often put off from taking up new hobbies or trying out different ways of doing things because we feel like we just don’t have the time or energy to start them. If only we could get going, there would be no stopping us!
An August break is the perfect opportunity to devote some quality time to trying something new because you actually have the chance to integrate it into your life. And to make things even easier, we’ve put together a great shortlist of unique and interesting courses for you to try out until you find your new favourite pastime!
This Reiki course will teach you the theory and techniques of this ancient form of holistic energy healing, giving you the skills to help yourself and others. The course looks at the discipline’s guiding principles, the seven major chakras, as well as traditional and non-traditional sacred symbols. You’ll also learn the fascinating story of Reiki’s rebirth in popularity and about the lives of its most influential practitioners.
2. Standup Comedy
Being funny is one of the hardest skills in history to master, this course in Standup Comedy is a great place to start. Created by a practicing standup comedian, this course will help you understand the culture and unwritten rules of standup, information you won’t get anywhere else. From writing to performing jokes, you’ll learn how to build a comedy act from scratch with plenty of instructive examples. Trickier topics like improvisation and staying confident are also covered in this comprehensive and fun course.
3. The Minimalist Lifestyle
We’ve all thought to ourselves how much we’d like to declutter our lives, if only we had the time! This August, why not take Alison’s Minimalist Lifestyle course and simplify your life? This transformative self-help course will show you how to live your life more joyfully and with more freedom by learning that “less is more.” By paring back your lifestyle, you’ll reduce your stress levels, free up more money and find yourself living a simpler and happier life.
August is the perfect time to indulge a passion for floristry. With everything in bloom around you, it’s a great opportunity to try out the practical knowledge you’ll learn by taking this Diploma in Floristry. From plant varieties to the dos-and-don’ts of flower arranging, this course will teach you everything you need to know, whether you’re just an amateur lover of flowers or have your sights set on a new career!
5. Become a Wine Expert
For many people, wine is one of those things that you’d like to know about but have no idea where to begin. This Introductory Course on Wines is the perfect place to start! From production and blending to fermentation and storage, this free course gives you the grounding in winemaking that you need to help you make sense of the thousands of different grape varieties and wine regions. The course also provides practical information on decanting wine at home and the correct temperatures different wines should be stored at.
Cryptocurrency isn’t just a fascinating subject to learn about, it’s also a potentially lucrative passive income stream for those in the know. This Cryptocurrency Masterclass will teach you everything you need to know to get a foothold in the market and start investing. You’ll learn how to read and navigate the market and how to use the various financial exchanges and brokerages to increase your working capital and net worth.
7. Urban Gardening
While the sun is shining, it’s time to get out into the garden and start learning! This fascinating course on Urban Gardening will allow you turn any patch of land, no matter how small, into a thriving green space. Whether you want to grow flowers or vegetables, this course will teach you how to create an attractive and sustainable garden that will give you hours of joy.
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