New Year, New Networking Events with Manchester Young Professionals

Whether you’re looking for a new job or setting up your own, it’s January and time to get out and get networked with Manchester Young Professionals. 

But put aside the name badges and leave your awkward chat at home because the Manchester Young Professional network has scrapped traditional events in place of casual, fun and out of the box socials.

From Oktoberfest to Sunrise Yoga, there’s an event for any young professional looking to meet likeminded, career driven individuals. To kick start 2019 they have announced a series of drink free events.

Health & Wellbeing – Circuit Sessions @ M3 Perform
Wednesday 16th January 6 pm

Ever networked over Kettlebells? Forged a connection over some squats? No, neither have I, but there is a first for everything! Work off the Christmas calories with this high-intensity group circuit class. Tickets are free of charge but you must register for a ticket as spaces are limited.

 

Breakfast Club @ Albert’s Schloss with Ric Moylan
Wednesday 23rd January @ 7:30 am

Manchester-based Performance Coach Ric will be talking about ‘Habits of High Performers’, sharing insights from his ‘MAPPS’ coaching programme. Ric has worked with some of the UK’s most famous sports stars over the years, such as World Champion boxers Ricky Hatton and Scott Quigg. The session will start at 7:30 am for coffee, tea and famous Schloss breakfast sandwiches, with Ric’s talk kicking off at 7:45 am.

 

Yoga @ Lululemon
Wednesday 30th January @ 6 pm

Taking place at Lululemon’s new Manchester site in St. Anne’s Square, with one of Manchester’s leading yogi’s, Claudia. Tickets cost £10 for the session and all attendees will receive a £10 gift voucher to spend in the Manchester store.

Find out more about Manchester Young Professionals Network and find out about future events by visiting www.fatsoma.com/manchester-young-professionals

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