April Picks From Adapt

A new month brings a new set of inspiring events, reads and podcasts handpicked by us for you. Check out our April picks…

Get involved with the Adapt community at one of these exciting events:

Free yoga class

Each week ARC Uxbridge is running a free lunch time yoga class in the studio at The Clubhouse. The class introduces the principles of yoga to increase strength and flexibility. Yoga is also brilliant for building an understanding of the power of your breath and how it can be harnessed as a tool to help manage stress.

Book your session via the ARC Uxbridge website.


ARC Book Club

Looking for new ways to expand your network? Join The Uxbridge Book Club which meets monthly in the library.

The Uxbridge Book Club provides a forum for innovative thinking, insightful discussion, and personal growth, offering a welcome break from the busyness of theworking day.

This month The Club will be discussing ‘Truly Darkly Deeply’ by Victoria Selman at their next meeting on the 19th of April at 1.00pm. The gripping psychological thriller finds two women searching for answers from a dying serial killer, who was convicted for serval murders in 1980s London.

Remember, the first 20 people to RSVP over on the ARC Uxbridge website will receive a complimentary copy of the book.


Upgrade your TBR (To Be Read List) with these recommended titles:

Why has nobody told me this before? By Julie Smith

TikTok sensation and bestselling author Dr Julie Smith draws on years of experience as a clinical psychologist to share tips and tricks straight from a therapist’s handbook. Julie’s advice is designed for optimising your mental health and providing coping techniques to improve resilience no matter what life throws at you. She addresses challenges that people face, in their work and social lives, offering up useful solutions for everyday dilemmas.

Buy here.


The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle

The Culture Code uncovers the innerworkings of some of the world’s most successful teams including Pixar, Google and even a gang of Serbian jewel thieves, explaining the rationale behind their ability to work as a single mind. Coyle offers specific strategies that facilitate learning, build trust, and spark collaboration, as well as drawing on helpful stories of failure that illustrate what not to do when creating a team. It provides a blueprint for developing an environment where expectations will be exceeded and innovation will flourish.

Buy here.


Level up your listening with these motivating podcasts

The Mindset Mentor with Rob Dial

Looking to refresh your perspective, boost your motivation and switch up your focus in life? Each week Rob releases short, punchy episodes that explain the way that the brain and body work together, with the aim of helping listeners to master their mindset and in turn master their life. He touches on topics such as tuning into your gut feelings, maximising your focus, and practicing more self-discipline, breaking these concepts down into digestible steps that can be easily implemented into everyday life.

Listen here.


Feel Better, Live More with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

When we feel good physically, it often reflects in our mindset too. Dr Rangan Chatterjee, one of the most influential GPs in the country with nearly 20 years’ experience, draws on this simple concept throughout his podcast, chatting to leading health experts and well known personalities about their own physical and mental wellbeing. They debunk common health myths, offer up expert advice, and provide listeners with methods for transforming the way they eat, sleep, and exercise. Top episodes include ‘How to reduce overwhelm and be more present’ and ‘How to thrive in times of change’.

Listen here.