personal development

Don’t Miss: Two Upcoming EFL Spring Workshops from HERD

Still trying to implement those New Year’s Resolutions? Let Kate and Kylie from HERD help you with their new unique Springtime offering: “Be Your Purpose”. A new one-day workshop* that will endeavour to help you ‘live intentionally by getting clear on what is important to you, then setting a guiding

ARTICLE: Volunteer as an Online Help Counsellor for KJT

This article written by Sarita Rao recently appeared in the English edition of the Luxembourg Times (7th December, 2018). Those familiar with Passage will know of the great work done by the Kanner Jugend Telefon (KJT), who offer online help to English-speaking parents, youths and children in Luxembourg. If you’ve

Don’t Miss: Hygge with Horses – An Introduction to Mindfulness Workshop

Kylie and Kate from HERD have released details of their latest group programme, which is a seasonal offering called “Hygge with Horses”. In a half-day session, you will practice the art of being present. Similarly you will develop the skills of noticing, paying attention and awareness through simple breathing and

SPOTLIGHT ON: Getting Hygge with Horses – Blending the Danish Art of Taking Pleasure in the Simple Things with Horse Wisdom to Live a More Mindful Life

Since moving to Luxembourg, I have become much more aware of the changing seasons. That’s partly because the differences between the seasons are much more vivid in this beautifully forested land than they were in London, my previous home. It’s partly because the beautiful countryside here encourages me and my

ARTICLE: Students Get ‘BrainWise’ For Exams

This article written by Sarita Rao recently appeared in the English edition of the Luxembourg Wort Online (7th May, 2017). It showcases the great work of one of our Passage coordinators, Sophie Le Dorner, who has introduced “Brainwise” to Years 4 and 5 at the European School in Mamer: Five

New Year Resolutions or Revolutions?

Here we are again at the beginning of a New Year and I can’t help but feel a little ‘deja vu’. The years seem to roll round just that little bit quicker which I’m told is a normal change in perception the more time you’ve spent on this earth (Making

Domestic Dads in Luxembourg

Spring has reached Luxembourg, there’s a soft breeze in the air, the inner city is crowded and three Swedish friends Fredrik, Peter and Björn meet at their favourite lunch bar Konrad for their weekly gathering. These are important – the lunch gatherings. They talk about their professional situations, Swedish politics,