Welcome to the early March edition of The Pyramid Post!

We've got lots happening all throughout March, with our regular Knit & Natter drop-in sessions on Mondays, Hatha Yoga on Wednesdays, Chair Yoga and Beginners Jogging on Thursdays, ESOL classes online on Wednesdays and at The Pyramid every Friday and Play on Pedals every second Saturday.

We're looking forward to hosting our first YOU MONDAY event on March 14th. Come along, and
take a bit of time out to look after yourself - with therapies, treatments, tea-making and treats! See below for more info and booking details.

As our first round of building improvements begins, there'll be works inside and outside The Pyramid; and while we are giving our building a bit of TLC booking rooms and halls will be restricted, but please get in touch and we will always see what we can do! Our kitchen is being refurbished too, but our community meal and weekly food share will be back as soon as possible – keep an eye out for further info.

We're planning
ahead for the Easter Holidays with lots of fun in store including; bug hotel building, Hapazome (bashing flowers with a hammer!), nature walks, Mind & Draw sessions, Family Fun Tennis and Pickleball...whatever that may be! Look out for more details in the next issue of the Pyramid Post!
Monday 14th March

Head & Shoulder Massage | Healing Herbal Medicine Workshops | Reiki | Gentle Yoga | Henna Painting | Pom Pom Crafts | Teas & Treats

The afternoon session will run from 2-4pm - with a gentle 45 minute yoga class at 2.30 & four bookable 30 minute Reiki sessions. All other activites and therapies are drop-in and will run throughout the session.

The evening session will run from 6-8pm - with a gentle 45 minute yoga class at 6.00 & two bookable Healing Herbal Medicine Workshops (6pm & 7pm). All other activites and therapies are drop-in and will run throughout the evening.

Please email if you would like to book one of the Reiki treatments or to book in to attend one of the Healing Herbal Medicine Workshops.

Email to find out more, and to book in. Or call 0141 226 3277
Sat 12 Mar  |  12 - 4pm  |  For young people aged 16+ living in G11,G51 and G3
SWG3 Studio Warehouse, 100 Stobcross Road, Glasgow G3 8QG
Interested in learning more about street art? Then head down to SWG3 on Sat 12 March for an afternoon of artist-led workshops including street art, graffiti art and breakdancing - with food provided to keep your energy topped up! You don't need to have experience and all materials will be provided. Wear old clothes - as things might get messy!

You can also claim travel expenses to help you get to the venue. For more information or if you have any questions please email

THURSDAY 24 MARCH at 10.30am - 12.30pm

Body Boosting Bingo is game of bingo with a twist; where familiar rhyming bingo calls are linked to a movement, eg. ‘Number 10, let’s twist again’ - promoting light to moderate physical activity in a social context, allowing older people to socialise and keep fit at the same time.

This workshop is for professionals, and volunteer community organisers, who would like to host Age Scotland's fun active games with their groups. The workshop will cover:

  • Physical activity in later life: what research says and public health guidelines.
  • An introduction to Age Scotland's fun and active resources: Power Quiz, Body Boosting Bingo and Around the House in 80 Days.
  • An opportunity to try out leading these activities.
  • How to plan, promote, and safely run sessions based on these resources.

Those completing the workshop will receive free materials to run their own sessions.
We're looking forward to hosting some sessions here at The Pyramid in the near future

The course is FREE to attend. Email to book a place.

SUNDAY 20 MARCH | 1 - 4pm

Say 'Hello' to Spring at Yorkhill Park with Yorkhill Green Spaces, G3 Growers and The Woodcraft Folk. There will be loads to do, including:

Wildflower Planting, Making Seedbombs, Woodcraft Skills, Picnic, Storytelling, Marshmallows and a Nature Scavenger Hunt. Head over to Yorkhill Green Spaces facebook page to find out more.

Event supported by The Pyramid and HSCP Anderston & Yorkhill Community Fund

Glasgow’s Liveable Neighbourhoods will be accessible and healthy places that allow people of all ages and abilities, to play and socialise outdoors in their local area, as well as making walking, cycling and public transport the first choice.

VISIT THIS INTERACTIVE MAP to have your say about ways to help improve our local area and help reduce the city’s dependency on motor vehicles. Find out more about this city-wide project here.

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