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MARCH 2022

MAR 3 | 18.30 GMT | Tantra for All with Jan Day
Join Jan Day, author of Living Tantra, at Waterstones Canterbury to discover many practical exercises on how Tantra can be applied to every aspect of our daily lives.

MAR 7 | 19.00 – 20.30 GMT | Better Periods Workshop with Le’Nise Brothers
An extra special 90-minute workshop to celebrate the launch of You Can Have a Better Period with Frame Hammersmith.

MAR 10 | 19.00 – 20.15 GMT | The Happy Menopause: Manage Headaches, Age Healthily & Maximise Movement
The author of The Happy Menopause Jackie Lynch in conversation with headache specialist Professor Anne MacGregor, fitness expert Julie Robinson & health coach Susan Saunders. A Watkins virtual event.

MAR 16 | 16.30 – 18.00 & 18.00 – 19.00 GMT | Show Your Colours: Make-Up Talk with Kodo Nishimura
The ultimate tutorial to gender-neutral make-up from international make-up artist and Buddhist monk Kodo Nishimura. Drawing on Buddhist principles of acceptance and equality, Kodo will show participants during this workshop how make-up can help us all express our authentic selves and raise our self-esteem. A This Monk Wears Heels workshop with Pantechnicon.

MAR 17 | 18.00 – 19.30 GMT | This Monk Wears Heels: Be Who You Are Book Launch
A Q&A with Kodo Nishimura, specially visiting Pantechnicon from Tokyo, led by Watkins Managing Director, Etan Ilfeld, followed by a book signing.

MAR 19 | 14.00 – 15.30 GMT | Changing the LGBTQIA+ Conversation in the East with Kodo Nishimura and Kan
During this intimate chat with fellow Queer Eye We’re in Japan! star Kan, Kodo Nishimura will share how he is working through his own position as a religious leader and with the backing of the Japan Buddhist Federation, to convince the older generations and young LGBTQIA+ youth to accept that it’s okay to be YOU–whomever you are!

MAR 20 | 15.30 – 17.00 GMT | Be Who You Are: A Conversation About Sexuality and Buddhism with Kodo Nishimura
Join Kodo Nishimura for a chat as he dives into Buddhist teachings and shares Buddhism’s take on sexuality, inclusivity and self-identity, and how he is working to use his platform to add his unique voice and perspective to religious and secular conversations surrounding spirituality and LGBTQIA+ rights within the modern era.